Lahore, December 10:

Imran Farhat hit a half century and led Pakistan to a seven-wicket victory over West Indies in the third one-dayer. Farhat hit two sixes and five fours in his knock of 58 off 72 balls as Pakistan made 192 for three wickets in 33.4 overs.

Pakistan’s target was recalculated to 191 off 35 overs after an hour’s play was lost due to malfunctioning floodlights at Gaddafi Stadium, curtailing the West Indies innings to 207-7 in 46.3 overs.

Mohammad Yousuf remained unbeaten on 28 while Shoaib Malik hit the winning four and was not out on 21. Kamran Akmal made a brisk 23 with four fours, but was dropped by Brian Lara in the slips.

Earlier, Simmons scored his maiden limited-overs half century before the West Indies innings was shortened by the loss of light. Simmons made 70 off 130 balls with seven fours before he was bowled by Rana Naved (3-37) in his return spell.