ABU DHABI: Pakistan were all out after scoring 452 in their first innings on the second day of the Abu Dhabi test match against West Indies on Saturday.
Pakistan started the second day at 304/4 with skipper Misbah-ul-Haq at the crease.
The skipper was the first man to be dismissed as he was trapped leg before from the bowling pff Shannon Gabriel after scoring 96 runs with the help of four boundaries and two sixes whereas Yasir Shah contributed 23 runs with the blade before he was caught Devendra Bishoo from the bowling of Jason Holder.
Pakistan were then reduced to 412-7 when wicket keeper batsman Sarfraz was bowled by Gabriel after scoring 56 runs. The side lost their eighth wicket at the score of 430 runs when Mohammad Nawaz’s furniture was disturbed by Jason Holder.
Sohail Khan made 26 before Leon John caught him from the bowling of Jason Holder whereas Gabriel picked his fifth wicket in the innings by dismissing Zulfiqar Babar on a duck.
Shannon Gabriel took five wickets whereas Jason Holder dismissed three Pakistani batsmen. Devendra Bishoo and Kraigg Brathwaite also got a wicket each.
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