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- Second Test match between West Indies and Pakistan – Kingston (Jamaica)
- In the second test, hosts West Indies won the toss and decided to bowl first.
- The Pakistani team, who came to bat first, recovered after faltering in the beginning, the innings of Babar Azam and Fawad Alam
West Indies vs Pakistan Live: The second Test match between Pakistan and hosts West Indies started in Kingston (Jamaica) on Friday. On the first day of the match, West Indies won the toss and decided to bowl first. His decision proved to be correct in the beginning when 3 Pakistani batsmen returned to the pavilion within 2 runs. But after this Pakistani captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam) by Fawad Alam (Fawad Alam) He scored a brilliant century partnership with him and took his team out with difficulty. However, both these players returned to the pavilion. With only 74 overs being played on the first day due to poor light, by the end of the day’s play, Pakistan had scored 212 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Mohammad Rizwan (22 not out) and Faheem Ashraf (23 not out) are on the pitch.
After winning the toss, the two bowlers of the Caribbean team, who came to bowl first, once again showed their wonder. In front of Jaden Seals and Kemar Roach, the top three Pakistan batsmen were torn apart like a pack of cards. Kemar Roach caught Abid Ali (1) at the hands of Blackwood on the third ball of the first over of the match. Whereas in the third over, Kemar Roach also got Azhar Ali (0) caught by the wicketkeeper. After this, in the fourth over of the day, Jaden Seals caught opener Imran Butt (1) at the hands of the keeper. Pakistan had lost 3 wickets in two runs.
Babar Azam and Fawad’s pair showed their strength
The Pakistani team was in trouble. In such a situation, his captain Babar Azam and experienced batsman Fawad Alam, who came to bat at number five, took the lead. Both the batsmen batted brilliantly and got rid of the sweat of the West Indies bowlers. Babar Azam completed his 18th Test fifty in 96 balls. While Fawad Alam scored his second Test fifty off 101 balls.
Pakistan came out hard but Fawad got injured
On the first day, both the batsmen – Babar R Fawad – had barely taken Pakistan out with their brilliant batting. When the partnership of 158 runs for the fourth wicket between the two had been done, only then Fawad Alam got injured. He looked troubled for a long time due to strain on his leg but in the 54th over of the day, after playing a ball, he caught hold of his feet and fell on the pitch. Physio came in and then he retired hurt and walked out of the field. Mohammad Rizwan came to bat in his place.
When Fawad got injured, Babar was also out immediately.
With the injury of Fawad Alam, the superb partnership of 158 runs came to a halt. His fans hoped that maybe Fawad would return to bat but Babar Azam was also out after a few balls. He was caught by Kemar Roach at the hands of Jason Holder. Babar Azam scored 75 runs. By the end of the day’s play, the Pakistani team had scored 212 runs for the loss of 4 wickets.
Earlier, West Indies had defeated Pakistan by 1 wicket in a thrilling manner in the first Test match of the series played at the same ground. In that match, the West Indies’ tail batsmen won the hearts of the fans and succeeded in turning the match on the last day. West Indies have a 1-0 lead in this two-match series. They cannot lose this series now but the fear of a ‘clean sweep’ is definitely hovering over Pakistan.
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