Pakistan vs West Indies, 2nd Test, Day 3: As it happened...
Misbah-ul-Haq and Co. will look to wrap up the complete West Indian batting line-up ahead of the Tea session on third day.
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PAKISTAN 2nd INNINGS 114/1 & 452; WEST INDIES 224
Over 39 || Score 114/1 (Azhar Ali 52; Asad Shafiq 5)
Pakistan extended the lead to 342 runs with nine wickets remaining, with Azhar Ali unbeaten on 52 in their second innings. Earlier, West Indies were bowled out for 224.
OVER 72 | SCORE 151/6 (Chase 11*, Hope 1*)
Lunch! West Indies struggling at 151/6. A pretty good session for Pakistan. 45 runs and two wickets.
OVER 70 | SCORE 147/6 (Chase 7*, Hope 1*)
Prior to the 70th over, Pakistan were successful in bowling 6 consecutive maidens. West Indies barely scoring runs in the session.
D Bishoo b Sohail Khan 20 (66b)
OVER 60 | SCORE 141/5 (Bishoo 17*, Chase 7*)
Bangladesh seems to be heading for another dismal innings after Blackwood becomes their 5th wicket to fall. Pakistan continue to dominate with ball.
J Blackwood c Sarfraz Ahmed b Rahat Ali 8 (20b)
After winning the 1st Test against West Indies, Pakistan has been the dominant force in the 2nd Test too. In the first innings, the hosts had registered a massive total of 452 runs to put themselves in drivers' seat.
Having picked up 4 wickets for 106 runs, Misbah-ul-Haq and Co. will look to wrap up the complete West Indian batting line-up ahead of the Tea session on third day.
Earlier on Day 2, the visitors had defied Pakistan's bowlers well until the 44th over with the score 106 for 2, but they then lost Marlon Samuels (30) and Kraigg Brathwaite (21) in the space of three balls without adding any further runs.
Nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo and Jermaine Blackwood were yet to score as West Indies trail Pakistan's first innings total of 452 by 346 runs with six wickets intact.
Earlier, Pakistan skipper Misbah missed out on his 11th Test century by just four runs, but Sarfraz Ahmed (56) and Mohammad Nawaz (25) added 70 for the seventh wicket to ensure Pakistan crossed the 450-mark.
Shannon Gabriel, who took a career best five for 96, had dismissed Misbah in the first session before bowling Ahmed soon after lunch.
Jason Holder and Co. need a resolute batting performance from here on if they are to prevent themselves from going into an extreme pressure situation in 2nd innings.
Pakistan had resumed the day on 304-4 in the hope that Misbah and nightwatchman Shah would survive the second new ball which the West Indies took at the start of play.
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