West Indies crush Pakistan by 106 runs

West Indies pulled off a stunning victory over Pakistan in the 2nd Test Match at Bridgetown, Barbados

West Indies team celebrating their​ win against Pakistan

West Indies pace trio Gabriel, Joseph and Holder went through the Pakistan batting order and wrapped them for 81 runs. Gabriel’s impressive 5 wicket haul produced a memorable victory for West Indies in the second test at Kensington oval, Barbados.

West Indies began day 5 with the lead of 183 runs and just added four runs to the over night score of 264 and were bowled out for 268. Chasing 188 runs to win the second test, the Pakistan batsmen were outplayed by the West Indies bowlers. Gabriel and Joseph got rid of the top order. Later Holder joined the party to dismantle the middle and lower order. Pakistan’s 81 runs in the second innings equalled the lowest total in an innings at Kensington oval which was set by India in 1997.

Shanon Gabriel earned the Man of the Match award for his figures of 5 for 11. The series is now levelled at 1-1, with the final test to be played in Dominica.

Scorecard: West Indies 1st Innings – 312 all out (Roston Chase 131, Jason Holder 58, Kieran Powell 38, Shane Dowrich 29; Mohammad Abbas 4-56, Mohammad Amir 3-65, Yasir Shah 2-83)

Pakistan 1st Innings – 393 all out (Azhar Ali 105, Misbah-ul-haq 99, Ahmed Shezad 70; Shannon Gabriel 4-81, Jason Holder 3-42, Devendra Bishoo 3-116)

West Indies 2nd Innings – 268 all out (Shai Hope 90, Kraigg Brathwaite 43, Vishaul Singh 32, Roston Chase 23, Shimron Hetmyer 22; Yasir Shah 7-94, Mohammad Abbas 2-57)

Pakistan 2nd Innings – 81 all out (Sarfraz Ahmed 23, Mohammad Amir 20; Shannon Gabriel 5-11, Jason Holder 3-23, Alzarri Joseph 2-42)

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