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- West Indies tour of Pakistan 2021 – 1st test match – Kingston
- Report card of the first day of the first Test being played in Jamaica
- West Indies caught Pakistan cheaply, the condition of the host team also deteriorated
First Test match between West Indies and Pakistan in Kingston (Jamaica) on Thursday (West Indies vs Pakistan 1st Test) started. The first day of the match proved to be very interesting. In the match, the host West Indies team won the toss and decided to bowl first. Pakistan got the first blow for 21 runs and soon the entire team was bundled out for 217 runs. During this, Fawad Alam (56) scored the most runs. The West Indies team, who came out to answer, had lost 2 wickets within 2 runs till the end of the first day’s play.
Out to bat first, Kemar Roach gave the first blow to the Pakistani team by bowling Imran Butt (11). After this, wickets kept falling for some time and within 68 runs, four of his batsmen had returned to the pavilion. Captain Babar Azam was dismissed by Kemar Roach when he was playing after scoring 30 runs. After this, Fawad Alam took over the innings and scored a half-century, but he too was bowled by Jason Holder after playing an innings of 56 runs in 117 balls.
Mohammad Rizwan was dismissed after scoring 23 runs, while Faheem Ashraf returned to the pavilion after scoring 44 runs. In the lower order, none of the Pakistani batsmen stayed on the pitch for long. Yasir Shah and Mohammad Abbas were both out without opening an account. The entire Pakistani team was bundled out for 217 runs in 70.3 overs. During this, Jaden Seals and former captain Jason Holder took 3-3 wickets for West Indies. While Kemar Roach took 2 wickets and Kyle Myers took 1 wicket.
The Caribbean team that came out to answer had a very poor start. At the end of the first day, only 4 overs were bowled in West Indies’ innings, but in these four overs also West Indies lost their 2 wickets within 2 runs. Both these wickets were taken by Mohammad Abbas. He showed the way to Kieran Powell (0) and Rumah Bonner (0) in two successive balls of the third over. At the end of the first day’s play, West Indies were 215 runs behind Pakistan.
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