Yasir spins through West Indies as Pakistan clinch test series

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ABU DHABI: Yasir Shah took 10 wickets as Pakistan defeated West Indies by 133 runs in the second test match at Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, ARY News reported.

Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat first in the match.

The hosts scored 452 runs in the first innings with Younis Khan scoring 127 runs from 205 balls with the help of 10 boundaries and a six to his name.

Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq scored 96 runs whereas Asad Shafiq made 68 runs.

Shannon Gabriel took five wickets whereas Jason Holder grabbed three wickets. Devendra Bishoo and Kraigg Brathwaite dismissed one Pakistani batsman as well.

West Indies, in their first innings, were all out on 224 runb as Darren Bravo made 43 runs whereas Jason Holder and Marlon Samuels contributed 31 and 30 runs with the bat respectively.

Yasir Shah took four wickets whereas Rahat Ali and Sohail Khan dismissed three and two wickets respectively.

The hosts declared at 227/2 in their second innings with Azhar Ali scoring 79 runs. Asad Shafiq made 58 runs and Sami Aslam contribute 50 runs with the bat.

Shannon Gabriel and Miguel Cummins took one wicket each.

West Indies, chasing 456 runs to win, were dismissed 322 runs in 108 overs.

Jermaine Blackwood made 95 runs whereas Kraigg Brathwaite scored 67 runs for the team. Shai Hope scored 41 runs.

Yasir Shah grabbed six wickets whereas Zulfiqar Babar took two wickets. Rahat Ali and Mohammad Nawaz dismissed one batsman each.

Pakistan lead the three match series 2-0. The third and final test match of the series will be played at Sharjah from October 30th.

This was also Pakistan’s 10th consecutive win in international matches.

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