Yasir Shah bamboozles West Indies on day four as Pakistan eye victory

Posted May 04, 2017

"Man of the Match" in the seven-wicket win the first Test in Jamaica, Shah was again the key performer when it mattered most for Pakistan.

Off the very last ball of the afternoon session, Shafiq was ruled leg-before to the miserly Holder, although Pakistan's tail wagged to the tune of another 64 runs after tea, Yasir Shah being last out to Gabriel, who led the home side's bowling effort with four for 81 off 32 overs.

Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah did the damage late on day four, claiming his 10th five-wicket haul to finish the day with 6-90.

With more and more questions being asked about his continued presence in the regional side given a paltry average of 15.40 and a topscore of 41 prior to this innings, Hope went a long way in responding to the critics in a situation where the West Indies were always likely to capitulate.

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But five wickets before lunch left the tourists 35/5 and contemplating a huge defeat.

Pakistan scored 393 in reply to West Indies' first-innings 312.

The third test is in Roseau, Dominica, next week.

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If Pakistan need to chase a target of over 200, the run-chase would become interesting, especially if Pakistan score slowly - they only managed 54 runs in the entire morning session on Tuesday - or if early wickets tumble.

There was still enough time for West Indies' last recognised batsman - Shane Dowrich - to edge one that ballooned up for an easy catch to second slip. Young pacer Mohammad Abbas took two vital wickets of Kieran Powell and Vishaul Singh.

After resuming on 40-1 overnight, West Indies lost Shimron Hetmyer (22) for the addition of just one run, with the left-hander clean bowled by Mohammad Amir in the 17th over.

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