In the Twenty20 quadrangular in Nairobi, Uganda played their first match against Test playing opposition since their July 1967 match against India when they came up against Pakistan.

Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat, and things actually looked good for Uganda when they removed Imran Nazir for a golden duck from the sixth ball. But that was the sole highlight for them, as all other batsman hit them all round the park.

Salman Butt top-scored with an unbeaten 74, and he wasn't even the dominant batsman. Late in the innings, Younis Khan scored 51 from 26 balls, whilst Shahid Afridi turned back the clock to when he scored the fastest ODI century on this very ground and hammered 57 from 15 balls, including one over in which he clubbed 34 from Emmanuel Isaneez.

Uganda will take some heart in that they managed to bat out their 20 overs, though they only scored 78/7 and lost by 148 runs. Pakistan will be disappointed that they couldn't bowl Uganda out, and will need to bowl better if they are to avoid defeat to India and Scotland in the Twenty20 World Championship.