BRIDGETOWN – Courtesy to Yasir Shah’s 7-far, Pakistan require just 188 runs to win the second Test of the three-match series against West Indies.
With this win, Pakistan has golden chance to win its first ever Test series in the Caribbean.
Yasir Shah gave tough time to the Windies batting lineup by picking seven wickets off 94 runs in his 39.5 overs. Young pacer Mohammad Abbas took two vital wickets of Kieran Powell and Vishaul Singh.
Shai Hope was the top-scorer in West Indies’ batting order with 90 runs. He fell short of a hundred and became the victim of Yasir Shah.
Pakistan previously got a lead of 81 runs in the first innings. Windies posted a total of 268 in second innings.
Green shirts currently lead the 3-Test series by 1-0.