In the Kingston Test, West Indies is under pressure, They lost 2 wickets for just one run on the first day, recovered from the initial shocks, and completed the century by losing Ruston Chase (21).
On the second day of the Kingston Test, West Indies resumed the innings with 2 for 2, captain Craig Braithwaite 1 and Ruston Chase came on the crease to open the account, both batsmen faced Mohammad Abbas and Shaheen Shah Afridi cautiously. And only played a few strokes on bad balls, 2 fours from Shaheen’s over to meet the league boys also activated the scoreboard.
Both the batsmen easily faced Faheem Ashraf but Hassan Ali held Ruston Chase (21) with the help of Mohammad Rizwan. The 50-run partnership for the third wicket ended. He scored 81 for 3, Craig Braithwaite 35 and Jermaine Blackwood 14 not out.
After the break, Hassan Ali started with a good line and length but the defense of the host captain remained strong. Jermaine Blackwood easily faced Hassan Ali after Shaheen Shah Afridi, Shaheen Shah Afridi’s against Braithwaite (37). LBW review failed, Yorker was going out of the league stump after hitting the ball pads but the pacers showed more enthusiasm.
As soon as the host team’s century was completed, Shaheen Shah Afridi hit 2 consecutive balls and weighed heavily on the Green Caps. LBW before, the review was also of no use, in the same over Jason Holder (0) was also declared LBW but he saved the wicket with the help of the third umpire.
Till last reports, West Indies were 102 for 5 in 40 overs, captain Craig Braithwaite was unbeaten on 45, Muhammad Abbas and Shaheen Shah Afridi were 2.2 and Hassan Ali was one.
It may be recalled that on the first day of the match, Pakistan managed to score a total of 217 runs thanks to the responsible batting of Fawad Alam and Faheem Ashraf. As soon as the team’s century was completed, Mohammad Rizwan fell victim to the nexus of Jason Holder and Ruston Chase.
Faheem Ashraf (44) reached a total of 186 in partnership with Fawad Alam before being run out. Yasir Shah caught behind the wickets on the ball of Kyle Myers before opening the account. Jason Holder bowled Fawad Alam (56) and then caught Muhammad Abbas (0) behind the wickets to end Pakistan’s innings. The last 5 wickets fell in the 31-run journey. , 3, Kemar Roach 2, Kyle Myers managed to hunt one.
In reply, West Indies also lost 2 wickets in the third over. Muhammad Abbas caught Karen Powell by Imran Butt in the slip and then LBWed Nkruma Bonner on the next ball. Both of them did not even open an account.