ABU DHABI: Pakistan are three wickets away from wicket in the second test match at Abu Dhabi against West Indies, ARY News reported on Tuesday.
West Indies, chasing 456 runs to win, went for lunch at 272/7 on day five of the test match.
They started the fifth day’s play at 171/4 with Jermaine Blackwood and Roston Chase batting at 41 and 17 respectively.
The Caribbean side lost their fifth wicket at the score if 187 as Chase was caught behind by Sarfraz Ahmed from the bowling of spinner Yasir Shah after scoring 20 runs with the help of two fours.
West Indies were then reduced to 244/6 as Blackwood was the next man to be dismissed as he was cleaned up by Shah after scoring 95 runs which included 11 boundaries.
Pakistan did not have to wait long for their seventh wicket as West Indies lost Jason Holder, who scored 16 runs, with 266 runs on the board as he was trapped leg before by the leggie. This was Shah’s fifth wicket in the innings.
West Indies require another 184 runs with 3 wickets remaining. Pakistan will gain an unbeatable 2-0 lead if they beat the Caribbean side in the second game of the three-match series.
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