• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    not out
    60
    201
    109
    6
    0
    55.04
    7.3 Yasir has a wicket in his first over. Pakistan manage a smile. This is a short ball, but seems like a flipper. Johnson looks to pull, but is done in by the one that slides and stays low to hit his back bad right in front 29/1
    9.5 beautiful spin bowling. After four straight legbreaks, he tosses one up around off. Bravo is playing off muscle memory and looking to close the face as he has been doing. This one is slower than the previous few deliveries, and then doesn't turn as much as Bravo expects it to. The outside edge is neatly taken by the Sarf 35/2
    19.1 is there another twist? Another failure for Samuels, who has been deceived in flight. He gives the charge and looks to loft him over long-off, but didn't get underneath the flight and ended up skewing it to Babar, who made no mistake there. 57/3
    20.6 goes through his defenses and West Indies slide further. Kept pushing him back with sheer pace and finally has his man. The back of length delivery keeps coming back in from wide of the crease, Blackwood plays across the line towards midwicket and is beaten as the ball crashes into the stumps. The angle did the trick for Wahab. Blackwood's bat came down from gully and he missed it from the inside. Dejection in the West Indies camp. 63/4
    22.4 whips that straight to midwicket. Wahab magic to the fore again and the smile in the Pakistan camp tells you the story. Incoming length ball from around the stumps, Chase trusts his instincts and looks to go over midwicket but hits it flat to Nawaz, who times his jump well to take that catch. 67/5
    not out
    60
    101
    87
    7
    1
    68.96
    Extras
    3 (lb 2, nb 1)
    TOTAL
    154/5 (43.5 Overs, RR: 3.51)
    Fall of wickets: 1-29 (LR Johnson, 7.3 ov), 2-35 (DM Bravo, 9.5 ov), 3-57 (MN Samuels, 19.1 ov), 4-63 (J Blackwood, 20.6 ov), 5-67 (RL Chase, 22.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    Mohammad Amir9.504304.3701
    Wahab Riaz12.004623.8300
    Yasir Shah15.044032.6600
    Zulfiqar Babar3.01301.0000
    Mohammad Nawaz(3)4.002005.0000

Close of Play

  • Sun, 30 Oct - day 1 - Pakistan 1st innings 255/8 (Yasir Shah 1*, Mohammad Amir 6*, 83 ov)
  • Mon, 31 Oct - day 2 - West Indies 1st innings 244/6 (KC Brathwaite 95*, JO Holder 6*, 78 ov)
  • Tue, 1 Nov - day 3 - Pakistan 2nd innings 87/4 (Azhar Ali 45*, Sarfraz Ahmed 19*, 39 ov)
  • Wed, 2 Nov - day 4 - West Indies 2nd innings 114/5 (KC Brathwaite 44*, SO Dowrich 36*, 36 ov)
  • Thu, 3 Nov - day 5 - West Indies 2nd innings 154/5 (43.5 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

New record

1

No. of openers to remain not out in both inning of a Test - Brathwaite in this match is the first to achieve this.

Rare away win

3

No. of Tests won by West Indies away from home since 2000, excluding B'desh and Zim, including this win. In 76 Tests since then, they lost 56 of them.

Brathwaite's match

2004

Last time a WI opener scored a century and a fifty in an away Test, excluding B'desh and Zim - Gayle in Centurion. Brathwaite has done it in this match.

Can WI pull a win?

0

No. of times West Indies have failed to chase targets of less than 200 in Tests, before this - won 51 and drawn 6.

Holder's best

3/15

Previous best figures for Holder in Tests, against Eng in Bridgetown in 2015. He has taken more than 3 wkts in this inns; first time in 20 Tests.

2 PAIRS in a YEAR

2

No of top-order batsman (1 to 6) to bag 2 pairs in a year before Asad Shafiq.The previous 2 were: Mohinder Amarnath in 1983 and Mark Waugh in 1992.

Batting through

5

No. of WI batsmen to carry their bat in a Test inns, including Brathwaite. The last was Gayle at Adelaide in 2008-09. Worrell, Hunte and Haynes (3) being others.

Finally a lead

13

No. of consecutive Tests where WI had conceded a first-inns lead (when they batted second), before this. They have taken a lead this time.

Big one this time

5

No. of 50s for Brathwaite without converting it into a century, before this knock. Prior to that he had converted 4 of 6 50s into 100s from June 2014 to April 2015.

Samuels' ducks

10

No. of ducks for Samuels in Tests since 2011 - the second-most by any top-order batsman (No. 1 to 7). Only Ross Taylor (12) has more ducks.

Four fifties, less total

1

No. of team totals lower than Pakistan's 281 to have four individual fifty-plus scores. NZ had made 275 with help of four 50s v Pak in Hamilton in 2010-11.

Long time ago

1990

Last time Pakistan failed to score 300-plus in the first inns of a Test against West Indies in UAE or at home. They could manage only 281 in this inns.

Searching for maiden 100

5

Fifties in 12 Test innings for Sami Aslam. He hasn't scored a century yet, though - his highest is 90

First-over crisis

2006

The last time Pakistan lost more than one wicket in the 1st over of a Test; they were 0 for 3 v Ind in Karachi, but won the game by 341 runs