Lower middle order shows struggle as Pakistan completes ODI clean sweep over West Indies
Shadab's career-best 86 from 78 brought Pakistan back to 269-9 after the hosts decided to bat first
In a day when play was suspended for about an hour due to a sandstorm that reduced play to 48 overs a side, Pakistan slipped from an unbeaten 85 in the 17th to a precarious 117 for five in the face of another full crowd 25th over before recovering to post an impressive 269 for nine.
The West Indies entertained a holiday crowd with 15 fours and 10 sixes after Pakistan hit 20 fours and four sixes.
Mohammad Haris, who previously earned a second-ball duck, kept wickets and made out three batsmen. Similarly, Shahnawaz Dahani, who became the 235th cricketer to represent Pakistan at ODIs, won a wicket in his second over to finish with numbers of 6-0-36-1.