WI vs PAK: Shaheen Afridi’s brilliant 10-wicket haul guide Pakistan to 109 runs series levelling win over the West Indies on Day 5

WI vs PAK: Shaheen Afridi's brilliant 10-wicket haul guide Pakistan to 109 runs series levelling win over the West Indies on Day 5
WI vs PAK: Shaheen Afridi's brilliant 10-wicket haul guide Pakistan to 109 runs series levelling win over the West Indies on Day 5

WI vs PAK 2nd Test – Pakiastn beat West Indies by 109 Runs: Babar Azam’s Pakistan team’s positive intent & Shaheen Afridi’s brilliant bowling for two consecutive days has given them series levelling win against the West Indies. Like on Day 4, once again Afridi was the star of the day on the final day. Afridi took 4/43 to achieve 10 Wicket haul in the match as the West Indies folded 219 against a well-rounded Pakistan attack. 

With this win, Pakistan levelled the series 1-1 and take away the crucial World Test Championship points. It is worth noting that the West Indies hasn’t beaten Pakistan in a series since 2001.

Pakistan 302 for 9 dec (Alam 124, Azam 75, Roach 3-68) and 176 for 6 dec (Butt 37, Azam 33) beat West Indies 150 (Bonner 37, Afridi 6-51) and 219 (Holder 47, Afridi 4-43, Nauman 3-52) by 109 runs

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WI vs PAK: Shaheen Afridi’s brilliant 10-wicket haul guide Pakistan to 109 runs series levelling win over the West Indies on Day 5

WI vs PAK 2nd Test – Pakiastn beat West Indies by 109 Runs: Pakistan needed to take nine wickets on Day 5 of the Test match. Afridi put his best foot forward to take four of it while Nauman Ali picked three wickets with his left-arm spin and Hasan Ali claimed two wickets on the last day of the Test match.

For West Indies, Jason Holder was the highest scorer with his 47-run knock in 83 balls with the help of five fours and two sixes. West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite also scored 39 runs but his innings went in vain as Pakistan finished the game almost a session in hand. There was a bit of rain after the lunch but even that could not save West Indies from losing the game.

Match Summary

West Indies won the toss and opted to bat first, took three quick wickets in the first session to put Pakistan on back foot but the partnership between Fawad Alam and captain Babar Azam took the early advantage away from them. Fawad went on to score a record-breaking century and that changed the game on its head. Kemar Roach and Jayden Seales picked up three wickets each for the host.

The second day of the Test match was washed out and it looked like the match will head towards a draw. There were rain interruptions on Day 3 as well. Shaheen Afridi helped Pakistan bowl out West Indies on 150 runs in their first innings by picking up 6 wickets while Mohammad Abbas also took three crucial wickets. Nkrumah Bonner was the highest scorer for WI in the first innings with a score of 37.

Pakistan went all guns blazing in their second innings as they wanted to win the game and level the series. A draw would have meant that West Indies seal the series by 1-0. Pakistan, in order to force a win, declared on 176/6 which they made in just 28 overs. Imran Butt was the highest scorer for Pakistan in their second innings.

On the last day, Pakistan claimed nine wickets to level the series 1-1.

WI vs PAK 2nd Test – Pakiastn beat West Indies by 109 Runs:

Both team Captain After the match 

Babar Azam: It was a very important game for us especially after losing the first Test. The way we played, right from my partnership with Fawad to taking the wickets on the final day, made me really proud. Afridi bowled really well in the first innings, then we scored quickly to put them in before stumps on day four. The plan was to go till 330-340 and then have a go at them. We had to level the series and hence had to take bold decisions. Nauman also played a crucial role and his two wickets were very important. We knew there would be some assistance for the spinners on day five and hence we played Nauman. He (Afridi) is a great talent for Pakistan and he’s improving day by day, I am very lucky to have him lead the attack.

Kraigg Brathwaite: This game totally let us down. We were behind the 8-ball from the beginning. Test cricket is not easy. First, 30 balls for a batter is always tough. We need to figure it out. I still think the series was positive. The team did a superb job in the first Test. Kudos to the bowlers. They did a fantastic job. This Test, the first innings let us down. We did make some strides. Seales is a star in the making. The sky is the limit for him. The length he produces is remarkable. He has a bright future ahead of him. They were very consistent as a bowling unit. Despite it being hot, they all hit the right straps. Fawad getting a 100 is something for us and our team to learn.

Shaheen Afridi after winning Player of the Match and Series: It is a great effort. The team needed this win and I am happy to deliver. It was tough; last day, the weather was hot and as a team, we know if get one wicket we will get the next one. We have 100 per cent as a team and that’s why we won the game. All credit goes to my brother Riaz Afridi, he is my brother and my father, also to my family. It was crucial for us to win this game and open our WTC account.

WI vs PAK – Pakistan 1st Innings 302/9 (110 ov)
Batsmen R B 4S 6S SR
Abid Ali c Jermaine Blackwood b Kemar Roach 1 2 0 0 50.00
Imran Butt c J Da Silva b Jayden Seales 1 12 0 0 8.33
Azhar Ali c J Da Silva b Kemar Roach 0 6 0 0 0.00
Babar Azam (C) c Jason Holder b Kemar Roach 75 174 13 0 43.10
Fawad Alam Not out 124 213 17 0 58.22
Mohammad Rizwan (WK) lbw b Jason Holder 31 115 2 0 26.96
Faheem Ashraf lbw b Jayden Seales 26 78 4 0 33.33
Nauman Ali c J Da Silva b Jason Holder 0 1 0 0 0.00
Hasan Ali runout (J Da Silva / Nkrumah Bonner) 9 28 0 0 32.14
Shaheen Afridi c Kieran Powell b Jayden Seales 19 33 2 0 57.58
Mohammad Abbas Not out 0 4 0 0 0.00
Extra 16 (b 1, w 0, nb 6, lb 9)
Total 302/9 (110)
BOWLING O M R W ECON
Kemar Roach 27 9 68 3 2.52
Jayden Seales 15 4 31 3 2.07
Alzarri Joseph 18 1 75 0 4.17
Jason Holder 23 9 46 2 2.00
Kyle Mayers 17 5 34 0 2.00
Roston Chase 8 0 32 0 4.00
Nkrumah Bonner 1 0 6 0 6.00
Kraigg Brathwaite 1 1 0 0 0.00
Fall Of Wickets FOW Over
Abid Ali 1-2 0.3
Azhar Ali 2-2 2.3
Imran Butt 3-2 3.5
Babar Azam 4-168 60.4
Faheem Ashraf 5-218 83.6
Mohammad Rizwan 6-231 91.1
Nauman Ali 7-231 91.2
Hasan Ali 8-267 100.4
S Afridi 9-302 109.2
West Indies 1st Innings 150/10 (51.3 ov)
Batsmen R B 4S 6S SR
Kraigg Brathwaite (C) b S Afridi 4 17 0 0 23.53
Kieran Powell lbw b S Afridi 5 15 0 0 33.33
Nkrumah Bonner c Mohammad Rizwan b Mohammad Abbas 37 116 6 0 31.90
Roston Chase b Faheem Ashraf 10 24 1 1 41.67
Alzarri Joseph c Babar Azam b S Afridi 4 22 1 0 18.18
Jermaine Blackwood c Fawad Alam b S Afridi 33 50 6 0 66.00
Kyle Mayers c Mohammad Rizwan b Mohammad Abbas 0 1 0 0 0.00
Jason Holder c Mohammad Rizwan b S Afridi 26 30 2 2 86.67
Joshua Da Silva (WK) lbw b Mohammad Abbas 6 15 1 0 40.00
Kemar Roach c Babar Azam b S Afridi 8 23 0 1 34.78
Jayden Seales Not out 0 2 0 0 0.00
Extra 17 (b 0, w 1, nb 6, lb 10)
Total 150/10 (51.3)
BOWLING O M R W ECON
Mohammad Abbas 18 6 44 3 2.44
Shaheen Afridi 17.3 7 51 6 2.91
Hasan Ali 8 1 30 0 3.75
Faheem Ashraf 7 4 14 1 2.00
Nauman Ali 1 0 1 0 1.00
Fall Of Wickets FOW Over
Kieran Powell 1-8 3.5
Kraigg Brathwaite 2-9 5.3
Roston Chase 3-34 13.3
Alzarri Joseph 4-45 21.1
Nkrumah Bonner 5-105 38.5
Kyle Mayers 6-105 38.6
Jermaine Blackwood 7-109 39.6
J Da Silva 8-116 44.5
Jason Holder 9-143 49.5
Kemar Roach 10-150 51.3
Pakistan 2nd Innings 176/6 (27.2 ov)
Batsmen R B 4S 6S SR
Imran Butt c Nkrumah Bonner b Kyle Mayers 37 44 5 0 84.09
Abid Ali c (sub Shai Hope) b Alzarri Joseph 29 23 6 0 126.09
Azhar Ali c Jermaine Blackwood b Kraigg Brathwaite 22 30 3 0 73.33
Babar Azam (C) c Nkrumah Bonner b Alzarri Joseph 33 41 1 1 80.49
Hasan Ali c J Da Silva b Jason Holder 17 11 0 2 154.55
Faheem Ashraf lbw b Jason Holder 9 7 1 0 128.57
Mohammad Rizwan (WK) Not out 10 9 1 0 111.11
Extra 19 (b 5, w 7, nb 1, lb 6)
Total 176/6 (27.2)
Yet To Bat Fawad AlamNauman AliMohammad AbbasS Afridi
BOWLING O M R W ECON
Kemar Roach 3 1 11 0 3.67
Jayden Seales 3 0 32 0 10.67
Jason Holder 6 0 27 2 4.50
Alzarri Joseph 4.2 0 24 2 5.54
Kyle Mayers 7 0 43 1 6.14
Kraigg Brathwaite 4 0 28 1 7.00
Fall Of Wickets FOW Over
Abid Ali 1-70 9.3
Imran Butt 2-90 12.6
Azhar Ali 3-107 17.3
Hasan Ali 4-145 21.2
Faheem Ashraf 5-160 23.6
Babar Azam 6-176 27.2
West Indies 2nd Innings 219/10 (83.2 ov)
Batsmen R B 4S 6S SR
Kraigg Brathwaite (C) c Fawad Alam b Nauman Ali 39 147 5 0 26.53
Kieran Powell runout (Mohammad Rizwan / S Afridi) 23 41 3 0 56.10
Alzarri Joseph c Mohammad Rizwan b S Afridi 17 35 2 0 48.57
Nkrumah Bonner lbw b Hasan Ali 2 8 0 0 25.00
Roston Chase c Imran Butt b Hasan Ali 0 15 0 0 0.00
Jermaine Blackwood c Mohammad Rizwan b Nauman Ali 25 54 3 0 46.30
Kyle Mayers c Mohammad Rizwan b S Afridi 32 53 5 0 60.38
Jason Holder c Fawad Alam b Nauman Ali 47 83 5 2 56.63
Joshua Da Silva (WK) c Faheem Ashraf b S Afridi 15 52 2 0 28.85
Kemar Roach lbw b S Afridi 7 15 1 0 46.67
Jayden Seales Not out 0 2 0 0 0.00
Extra 12 (b 4, w 1, nb 5, lb 2)
Total 219/10 (83.2)
Yet To Bat
BOWLING O M R W ECON
Mohammad Abbas 14 3 42 0 3.00
Shaheen Afridi 17.2 5 43 4 2.48
Hasan Ali 14 6 37 2 2.64
Faheem Ashraf 13 5 36 0 2.77
Nauman Ali 22 7 52 3 2.36
Fawad Alam 3 1 3 0 1.00
Fall Of Wickets FOW Over
Kieran Powell 1-34 12.6
Alzarri Joseph 2-65 23.5
Nkrumah Bonner 3-69 27.1
Roston Chase 4-73 31.4
Jermaine Blackwood 5-101 46.3
Kraigg Brathwaite 6-113 52.3
Kyle Mayers 7-159 65.3
Jason Holder 8-199 76.2
Kemar Roach 9-212 81.6
J Da Silva 10-219 83.2

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