Yasir Shah routed to a six wicket haul to spearhead Pakistan into a 7 wicket win at Kingston, Jamaica. Yasir’s superb bowling show bundled West Indies into 152 runs in their second wicket leaving a handful of 32 runs to win for the visitors.
West Indies resumed the day at 93 for the loss of 4 wickets, eventually lost all of them adding 59 runs in the morning. West Indies trailed by 121 runs in their first innings total than Pakistan.
Leg spinner Yasir Shah consumed all four wickets in the fourth day evening. Later in the morning of the fifth and final day of Test, pacers brought the first demolition in the West Indian batting line up.
Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Abbas and Wahab Riaz shared next 4 wickets among them, one each for Amir and Wahab and two to go to Abbas.
Yasir Shah pinned the last nails in the Caribbean coffin – constructed a magnificent figure of 6 for 63 runs in 21.4 overs.
Mohammad Amir, on his return to international cricket has continued to exhibit the good run with the ball taking a total of 7 wickets in the match – 6 in the first innings and 1 in the second.
Pakistan scored 407 runs in their first innings with skipper Misbah – ul – Haque became the sixth batsman in the history of cricket to be left stranded at 99.
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