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Second Test Match

West Indies v Pakistan 1999-2000

2001: Toss: Pakistan

West Indies v Pakistan: Bridgetown test, Statistical highlights

May 27, 2000: It was the 1496th Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Praises for two seniors

May 24, 2000: Jimmy Adams is singing the praises of his durable pair of fast bowlers

Barbados Test ends in a tame draw

May 24, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 23: If not for 'safety first' tactics a decision would have been possible on the final day of the second Test at the Kensington Oval but as it turned out to be, the match ended in a tame draw here on Monday with both

Qamar Ahmed

Late declaration puts spectators to sleep

May 23, 2000: Aided by a timid, belated Pakistan declaration, the West Indies grimly, but in the end comfortably, held on for a draw in the second Test

Tony Cozier

Wavell Hinds and Ramnaresh Sarwan: Future stars of West Indies

May 23, 2000: The second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Barbados was drawn this past Monday after some brilliant cricket and a gripping final days play that saw the home side batting their way to a draw amidst great tension and against a formidable

Zach Kenworthy

Match in the balance

May 22, 2000: True to its established custom, Kensington Oval has contrived another Test match of intriguing possibilities

Patience - Tha's the Windies way

May 22, 2000: Dr

Sarwan has arrived

May 21, 2000: Probably no one in this part of the world has ever been groomed for a Test debut like Ramnaresh Sarwan, a little 19-year-old from Essequibo

Pakistan in West Indies: Boys to men

May 21, 2000: It was the turn of three more young batsmen to enjoy the bounty provided by a placid, run-filled pitch on the third day of the second Test at Kensington Oval yesterday

Day 4: Test 2: Pakistan v West Indies

May 21, 2000: Pakistan have moved on to 298-5, an overall lead of 153; the not-out batsmen being captain Moin Khan on 02, while injured all rounder, Abdur Razzaq, is 01 not out

Colin E. Croft

Positive youth realises dream

May 20, 2000: 'It's always a dream to score your first Test hundred, especially at home in the West Indies,' the 23-year-old Jamaican left-hander said after his impressive 165 at Kensington Oval

Wavell and wine

May 20, 2000: It was time to 'jump and wave'

Hip! Hip! Hinds!

May 20, 2000: For six uplifting hours at Kensington Oval yesterday, Wavell Hinds transformed the West Indian pessimism of the recent past into real hope for the future, immediate and long-term

Day 3: Test 2: Pakistan v West Indies

May 20, 2000: The latter stages of Day 3 belonged fully to Pakistan and their opening batsmen

Colin E. Croft

Youhana thanks God

May 19, 2000: At Every landmark he reaches, Yousuf Youhana makes the sign of the cross

Haydn Gill

Youhana The Man

May 19, 2000: Confronted by the pluperfect pitch they were promised and stymied by the traditional lack of variety in their all-pace attack, the West Indies once more let Pakistan wriggle out of a tight bind on the first day of the second Cable & Wireless Test at

Unwavering Wavell puts Windies in front

May 19, 2000: The West Indies have taken a small but psychologically important first innings lead of 30 over Pakistan as they closed the second day early due to bad light on 283-5

Colin E. Croft

Day No. 1: Test No. 2: Pakistan v West Indies

May 18, 2000: This has been a tremendous day of Test cricket, with Pakistan recovering well to be all out for a very credible 253

Colin E. Croft
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