Pakistan vs West Indies: Rain stops the play on second day of 2nd test
The second day of the second test between Pakistan and the West Indies was abandoned due to heavy rain at the Sabina Park on Saturday without a single ball bowled.
The national team will continue on the third day with 212 runs on the scoreboard. The national team has lost four wickets.
After the loss in the first test by one wicket, Pakistan will see the loss of the day as a setback as they look forward to levelling the series.
West Indies are looking forward to their first test series win over Pakistan in 21 years.
West Indies won the toss and elected to field first.
On the first day, Pakistan managed to score 212 runs for the loss of four wickets.
Skipper Babar Azam scored 75 off 174, while Fawad Alam scored 76 runs off 149 balls before he got retired hurt. Muhammad Rizwan is still standing on the pitch with 22 runs. Along with him is Faheem Asharan who has scored 23 runs so far.
On the host’s side, Kenar Roach shines with the ball by taking 3 crucial wickets of Abid Ali, Azhar Ali and Babar.
Jayden Seales, who what named mana of the match in the last test, took 1 wicket so far, dismissing Imran Butt.
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