WI vs PAK LIVE: Watch West Indies players enact a complete drama in the Dressing Room as it rained outside

WI vs PAK LIVE: Watch West Indies players enact a complete drama in the Dressing Room as it rained outside
WI vs PAK LIVE: Watch West Indies players enact a complete drama in the Dressing Room as it rained outside

WI vs PAK LIVE: Watch West Indies players enact a complete drama in the Dressing Room as it rained outside – All three sessions on Day 2 of the second Test between West Indies and Pakistan were washed out here at the Sabina Park in Kingston on Saturday. On Day 1 Pakistan ended with 212 onboard with the loss of four wickets. West Indies are leading the two-match Test series 1-0. West Indies were aiming to get on top on Day 2 after a powerful show by Pakistan in the last two session’s of Day 1, but the entire day was washed out and players stayed in the dressing room. 

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WI vs PAK LIVE: West Indies players made the most of their time in the dressing room as they decide to play indoor cricket. Cricket West Indies posted a video on their Twitter handle

WI vs PAK LIVE: Chemar Holder appeals for an LBW against left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican. All the players start celebrating. However, Warrican calls for a DRS and all-rounder Jason Holder asks for slow motion. Batsman Shamarh Brooks becomes the on-field umpiring and takes it upon himself to replay the line and length of the ball. He does it twice, just to be sure. After the review Holder gives Warrican out. West Indies players just like to have fun this way. 

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WI vs PAK LIVE: Meanwhile, Pakistan are on top despite the Fawad Alam leaving the pitch midway having put 212/4 on the board in the play so far. Alam combined with captain Babar Azam to steer the visitors to a position of strength before quick wickets and rain played spoilsport on Day 2. 

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