Pakistan v West Indies (1st Test Day 2) - - Summary of the Day: West Indies Took Lead of 100 Runs

Pakistan v West Indies (1st Test Day 2) - - Summary of the Day: West Indies Took Lead of 100 Runs

Anna Regina : Guyana | May 13, 2011 at 8:30 PM PDT
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GUYANA, May 14 – On the second day of the first test between Pakistan and West Indies; Pakistan got out cheaply for just 160-all out with only four batsmen to reach into double figure score, trailing 66 runs in the first innings.

Earlier on the day West Indies last wicket added 17 runs before they got out for 226 runs. Lendl Simmons was the highest run scorer with his 49 runs. Saeed Ajmal bowled brilliantly and picked up five wickets.

Pakistan started innings casually and lost 6 wickets for just 180; but a lower order resistance by Umar Akmal (33) and Abdul Rehman (40) succeeded to take the score to 160. Azhar Ali was the other significant contributor with his 34 runs.

Devendra Bishoo took 4 wickets and Ravi Rampaul picked up 2 wickets for West Indies.

West Indies second innings was not a confident one even after 66 runs lead in the first innings. Muhammad Hafeez trapped Devon Smith on his first ball of the spell on just 3 runs. Darren Bravo fell prey to Saeed Ajmal on total score of 23.

At the stumps of the second day West Indies scored 34/2 taking their total lead to 100.

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