West Indies v Pakistan, 2nd Test: Fawad Alam’s century, Shaheen Afridi’s strike gives Pakistan hope of a series

Fawad Alam's fifth Test century and Shaheen Shah Afridi's new ball ability took Pakistan to new heights on the third day of a rain-affected second Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park on Sunday.

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Fawad Alam’s fifth Test century and Shaheen Shah Afridi’s new ball ability took Pakistan to new heights on Sunday’s third day of a rain-affected second Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park.

Fawad’s unbeaten 124 helped the visitors to 302 for nine in their first innings before Shahi quickly dismissed both openers and Faheem Ashraf responded with a stumping for 39 for three. With a one-wicket lead in the thrilling final of the first Test at the same ground a week ago, Pakistan’s quest for a series-level victory has been lost by rain and improper cover of playing square.

The second day was lost in the rain and gloomy outfield, while the third day did not do well until noon, as the wet area at the south end of the pitch corresponded to the bowlers ’run-up—concerns for the West Indies.

Early attempts to start the game in the morning after another 90-minute delay resulted in only eight balls being thrown against Jason Holder’s complaints, backed by his fellow bowlers and captain Craig Braithwaite, who was eventually noted by match officials, has long been involved. Game Discussion before adjournment.

When the game resumed in the heat of the afternoon, Pakistan, which resumed from the spot of 212 for four nights, relied entirely on Fawad Alam to take them to about 300.

Jayden sealed two wickets for the Seals and Holder two wickets in two balls.

However, Fawad, who resumed his innings at 76 after retiring after heat exhaustion and a severe concussion on the first day, will not be denied his fourth Test century in 12 innings.

After 11 years of neglecting Pakistan’s senior debut in 2009, the value of his return to the international scene was limited.

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“Inspired by the father” West Indies v Pakistan: Fawad Alam’s century, Shaheen Afridi’s strike

After Fahim’s wicket fell back to the crease, and then Mohammad Rizwan and Nauman Ali passed fast-paced, the 35-year-old left-hander remained focused and Kyle Meyers completed the milestone with two bridges.

Despite the disappointment of contributing to Hassan Ali’s runout, his unbeaten 124, which took six hours in which he faced 213 balls and hit 17 boundaries, was an excellent effort.

“It was very challenging and what Babur (Azam) and I did on the first day was very important,” Fawad Alam said at the end of the day, reflecting his own and the team’s efforts.

“You are always proud when you hit a century for your country so I am very happy right now. My dad has always been my inspiration. He told me to keep trying and my time will come and now it’s me who I try to make. Most of it. “

Kemar Roach and Seal led the West Indies’ bowling efforts with three wickets apiece.

Shahi then took full advantage of his opportunity with a new ball, dismissing Krian Powell and Braithwaite in successive overs.

Nightwatchman Alzari Joseph was brought in with Nakruma Bonner to lead the West Indies fight on the fourth day when Fahim bowled Roston Chase.

The West Indies advanced to the series by winning the first Test by one wicket at the same venue a week ago.

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