KINGSTON – The hosts register an epic one-wicket victory within the first Check towards guests at Sabina Park on Sunday.
Proper-arm pacer Kemar Roach and younger blood Jayden Seales, the person of the match, mixed in a dramatic 17-run partnership which carried the Windies to a one-wicket win over Shaheens within the first cricket Check. In the meantime, Roach termed his unbeaten 30 as an important innings of his 66-test profession. “By far, by far”, he pressured.
West Indies dismissed Pakistan for 203 in its second innings, a lead of 167 as earlier Seales took 5-55 – his first five-wicket haul in Check Cricket. The house group then slumped to 16-Three earlier than a half-century by Jermaine Blackwood helped it advance to 111-6.
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) August 15, 2021
The match was within the stability when former captain Jason Holder was out to the final ball earlier than the tea interval with the house group on 114-7, nonetheless 54 runs from victory.
Throughout the second innings, Pakistan may solely rating 209 for 10 wickets loss. Babar Azam scored 55 off 160 and Abid Ali scored 34 off 66.
Shaheen Shah Afridi led the assault, defending a modest goal of 168 after they had been dismissed within the morning session for 103. Afridi (4-50) and Hasan Ali (3-37) bowled nearly 34 overs for group Inexperienced on the final day and shared seven wickets.
Pakistani pacer Hasan produced an excellent all-around efficiency, securing 28 from 26 balls at No. 9 to assist guests go previous 200 within the second innings earlier than he was the final man out. He dropped Roach, because the pull shot carried on to Hasan at deep sq. leg.
In the meantime, Pakistan’s captain mentioned that they needed to face the implications of dropping catches over the past session of the sport. Azam mentioned dropping essential catches adjustments the state of affairs fully whereas the skipper hailed general group efficiency.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) August 15, 2021
The ultimate recreation of two-match collection between Pakistan and West Indies shall be performed in Sabina Park, Kingston on August 20.