West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin starred with 96 runs and three wickets as the visitors won the first-ever Women’s ODI at the Dubai International Stadium against Pakistan.
Pakistan were rolled over for just 70 runs in reply to West Indies' 216 for five, giving the visitors a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
Player of the Match Dottin and Afy Fletcher took three wickets each to hand Pakistan a massive drubbing.
Pakistan were led by stand-in captain Javeria Khan in the absence of Bismah Maroof, who was rested for the first ODI, Javeria scored 21 while Nahida Khan top-scored for the hosts with a 23.
Pakistan’s innings ended in the 30th over at eight wickets for 70 with two of their batters retired hurt.
Nahida was hit on her helmet and was forced to retire hurt, while Aimen Anwer, who hurt her hamstring during the West Indies innings, did not turn up to bat.
Earlier, the West Indies rode on a 143-run second wicket partnership between captain Stafanie Taylor and Dottin.
Taylor fell to Kainat Imtiaz after scoring 58 off 97. Dottin missed out on a well-deserved hundred by a mere four runs. The 27-year-old continued her prolific batting form before she was also dismissed by Kainat for a 139-ball 96 that included eight fours and two sixes.
After the departure of Dottin and Taylor, Shermaine Campelle (26*) and Chinelle Henry (18*) took the score past the 200-run mark.
Kainat was the pick of the Pakistan bowlers with the figures of three for 49.
The second ODI of the series will be played at the ICC Academy in Dubai on 9 February.