Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi snatched career-best figures. As the sightseers dominated with bat and ball. On the fourth day of the second and final test. Against West Indies at Sabina Park on Monday. Also, to put themselves on course to square the series.
As Pakistan built up control of the second cricket test. Against the West Indies on the fourth day on Monday. Left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi took a career-best 6/51. Also, to set itself in a position to level the two-match series.
Afridi might have stowed his career-best figures. But it was new-ball partner Mohammad Abbas. He triggered a collapse with a three-wicket burst. Also, within the final half-hour of the morning session. As the West Indies slipped to 123 for eight at lunch in answer to Pakistan’s first innings total of 302 for nine declared.
Moreover, Abbas had gone wicketless before his latest spell. He expelled Nkrumah Bonner and Kyle Mayers off successive balls. Also, before including Joshua da Silva in his haul within the penultimate over before lunch.
West Indies were bowled out for 150 runs. As Pakistan walk away with a commanding 152-run first-innings lead.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam then made a strong declaration. Also, its second innings at 176 for 6 more than an hour. Before stumps, setting the West Indies a chase for 329. In around 130 overs to win the match and series.
The Pakistan top order all made the beginning. But were out moderately cheaply:
- Imran Butt (37)
- Abid Ali (29) and in a 70-run.
While the opening partnership:
- Azhar Ali (22)
- Babar (33)
- And Hasan Ali (17) are also contributed.
Captain Kraigg Brathwaite carried his group through to the close. Also, when he was 17 not out and the West Indies were 49 for 1, still 280 runs behind. The West Indies endured another blow. When opener Kieran Powell was run out for 23. Then less than 30 minutes from stumps.