2nd Test: Yasir Shah picks another five-fer as Pakistan win second Test by 133 runs, clinch series 2-0
Yasir Shah once again proved to be too hot to handle for the Windies batsmen, as he picked six wickets in the second innings.
Abu Dhabi: After winning Asia's first day-night Test, Misbah-ul-Haq and his men defeated West Indies by 133 runs in the second Test on the fifth and final day in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Chasing a mammoth 456-run target, Windies batsmen were once again bamboozled by Yasir Shah, who deflated them with yet another five-wicket haul. The in-form leggie's 6-124 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium helped hosts bowl out Windies for just 322 in their second innings.
Jermaine Blackwood top scored with 95 while Shai Hope made 41.
Pakistan had won the first Test by 56 runs.
The third and final Test will be played in Sharjah from October 30.
Brief scores: Pakistan 452 and 227-2 declared; West Indies 224 and 322.