Pakistan completed its first ever series victory in the Caribbean with a 101-run win, giving Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq a fitting farewell
West Indies finish tense day 3 in Dominica at 218 for 5, still requiring another 158 runs to match Pakistan’s first innings tally of 376.
Azhar Ali’s 121, followed by Misbah-ul-Haq’s steady 59 and quickfire 51 from Sarfraz Ahmed, ensured Pakistan reach 376 on day two in Dominica.
After being put in to bat by West Indies, Pakistan responded in a fashion they are most accustomed to – sluggish, solid, unappealing – finishing on 169 for 2 in 69 overs
Stuart Law has expressed disappointment with the pitch curated for the second Test against Pakistan at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown
West Indies keep their glorious past record in Barbados intact as they skittle Pakistan on day 5 of second Test at Kensington Oval
A remarkable six-wicket haul from Yasir Shah has brought Pakistan back into the contest on day 4 of the second Test against West Indies on Wednesday
A sluggish 105 from Azhar Ali and Misbah-ul-Haq’s 99 ensured Pakistan fashion a key 81-run lead over West Indies on day 3 of the second Test
Yasir Shah’s four late wickets and captain Misbah-ul-Haq’s unbeaten 99 has put Pakistan within sight of victory on day four of the first Test match
Babar (72) and Younis (58) helped Pakistan reach 201 at stumps on day three, with six wickets still intact and two days remaining in the first Test
Mohammad Amir completed his first five-for since his comeback into Test cricket after a gap of nearly five years on a rain-marred day two in Kingston
Roston Chase (63) and Shane Dowrich (56) made a gritty effort to rescue West Indies’ sinking ship on day one of the first Test in Kingston
A scintillating ninth ODI century by Shoaib Malik and a fighting knock of 81(86) from Mohammad Hafeez helped Pakistan clinch the all-important series