Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Players from both sides shake hands. Misbah is warmly hugged by nearly every team-mate.

Rizzy: "Misbah- I Love You...haters will always hate, you just keep doing your job and make your country proud. Keep soldiering on!"

Haidar: "Yeah baby Misbah rocks"

Tayyab: "Well, Misbah has settled today's debate with his performance and silenced his critics. He certainly is one of the reliable batsmen in recent history of Pakistan. Well done Misbah!"

Please wait for the quotes from the post-match ceremony.

Sammy: " We as a batting unit, myself included, have to take more responsibility like Bishoo does with the ball. It's about getting the formula right; we have had good starts but we haven't capitalised it. Selectors will meet now.. The way forward is to gain experience. Thsi group is not short of talent, play and get more consistency. May be the team will stay the same but whatever happens, we have do well in the middle phase. Bishoo is very talented and he wants to be a great West Indies player. he has all that can make him one. Rampaul bowled really well today. "

Afridi: "The way boys delivered in the series was good. There are still some problems. I am sure from the management coaching side we batsmen will face some hard time! (he smiles). We batsmen should take some time. The coaches will come hard in the meetings. We all know we made mistakes. Home advantage is different and playing away from home is different. You need different fitness to play on these pitches (and outfields). We will now give chances to youngsters. In batting area and we have two mediumpacers as well."

Man of the match is Misbah "The wicket wasnt easy for us as there was bit more bounce and pace. I thought I have to bat till the end and we can win. The ball gets soft as it gets old and you can handle it easily. With the new ball, Rampaul and Roach bowled really well and kept us in pressure. I was telling Wahab to play normal game. When just 10 runs were required, I told him, you can now go for one or two big hits." That explains Wahab's belligerence.

That's it from us. Alvida!

40.1
6
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, SIX runs, Wahab settles the issue with some aggression. It was the expected bouncer from round the stumps and Riaz was ready for this short ball. He swung his bat and the white ball sailed over square-leg. Pakistan have won the series. Afridi enters the arena

END OF OVER:
40 | 9 Runs | PAK: 171/7 (1 run required from 30 balls, RR: 4.27, RRR: 0.20)

  • Wahab Riaz11 (15b)
  • Misbah-ul-Haq62 (109b)
  • DJG Sammy2-0-11-0
  • DJ Bravo7-0-25-0
39.6
1
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, 1 run, More strange risks! He moves outside leg and has another slog. The edge takes the ball to the off side towards point. Sammy shakes his head as he wipes off some sweat.

Wahab now pulls out just as Sammy was about to release. Long-on in place. A slip is in.

39.5
2
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, 2 runs, Luck is with him. He goes for a wild slog across the line this time and edges it in the air. Catch it was the cry but it falls short of the advancing third man
39.4
6
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, SIX runs, Thumped! Wahab has turned violent. He took lots of risk to do that. He cleared the front foot, nearly exposed all his three stumps and and heaved this high over long-on. Wonder whether such a risk was needed at this stage.

Bravo rushes across to have a word with Sammy

39.3
0
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, no run, on the middle stump line, tapped back to the bowler
39.2
0
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, no run, punches this short of length delivery to point. He then shadow practises that shot again and smiles. misbah has a wrod with him
39.1
0
Sammy to Wahab Riaz, no run, lands on a length around off, straightens a touch, Wahab crouches as he leans forward to defend

Shaafay: "Come on guys! Leave Misbah alone! If it wasn't for him, we would have been watching Saeed Ajmal playing paddle sweeps!!"

END OF OVER:
39 | 3 Runs | PAK: 162/7 (10 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 4.15, RRR: 1.66)

  • Misbah-ul-Haq62 (109b)
  • Wahab Riaz2 (9b)
  • DJ Bravo7-0-25-0
  • D Bishoo9-0-42-3
38.6
0
DJ Bravo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, fullish outside off, misbah drives but the cover fielder intervenes. He will be off strike. Pakistan need ten, Windies need three wickets.
38.5
0
DJ Bravo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, slower one outside off, misbah mistimes a drive to mid-off. He then suggests he should have punched it through extra cover.
38.4
0
DJ Bravo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, this one lands around off and cuts in towards middle. misbah seemed frozen till the last instant. The ball cuts in, moves towards middle when he stirs and chops it away.
38.3
2
DJ Bravo to Misbah-ul-Haq, 2 runs, Misbah picks the slower one and eases it through extra cover for couple of runs
38.2
1
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, 1 run, a bouncer from round the stumps this time ,, tapped close on the off side, say towards backward point and they rush across. Bravo yelps in agony in that run being taken. Wahab off the strike.
38.1
0
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, no run, dug in short, towards the rib cage, tucked to short square-leg fielder. There is a man short on the leg side. a short square-leg or a deep short-leg

END OF OVER:
38 | 6 Runs | PAK: 159/7 (13 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 4.18, RRR: 1.85)

  • Misbah-ul-Haq60 (105b)
  • Wahab Riaz1 (7b)
  • D Bishoo9-0-42-3
  • DJ Bravo6-0-22-0
37.6
4
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, FOUR runs, Swept uppishly just clear of backward square-leg fielder. Sammy leaps in agony at point and lands on his knee. Misbah taps Bishoo on the shoulder after reaching the other end. Great scenes here! this was swept aerially past the diving Kirk Edwards and runs away to the boundary. misbah reaches the other end and pats (congratulatory tap) Bishoo!
37.5
0
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, slows up the pace on this one, tosses it up around leg, Misbah waits, leans forward and gently taps it to the off
37.4
0
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, pushes this quicker. Misbah leans forward to turn it to the on side
37.3
0
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, shortish, outside off, cut away to point.
37.2
0
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, tosses this up, keeps it fuller, leans forward to defend

Nigel: "WI bowled 10 wides. That's a staggering amount, considering the small target."

Mohammed: :"I think the universe conspires in providing Misbah such situations!"

37.1
2
Bishoo to Misbah-ul-Haq, 2 runs, on the middle stump line, punched out towards long-on. They complete one and they rush back for the second, Misbah retains strike. He really hared down the track, looked at his partner and turned back

Batting Powerplay taken

Ryan: "For all those taking digs at Mishbah, we in the Caribbean hope he gets out now and we win the game, so you can dig at him some more...:)"

Manian: "unbelievable captaincy.Bravo at this time! Blunder"

END OF OVER:
37 | 5 Runs | PAK: 153/7 (19 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 4.13, RRR: 2.37)

  • Wahab Riaz1 (7b)
  • Misbah-ul-Haq54 (99b)
  • DJ Bravo6-0-22-0
  • D Bishoo8-0-36-3
36.6
0
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, no run, full and homing in on the off stump, pushed out towards mid-on

Khan sharpens his knives: "If we lose, Afridi is the only one to blame."

36.5
1
DJ Bravo to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, just outside off stump, run down to third man for a single

Poor over so far from Bravo. He has two deliveries left.

36.4
1
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, 1 run, drifts to the pads this time, clipped away for a single.
36.3
0
DJ Bravo to Wahab Riaz, no run, cuts in from just outside off, defended to the off side
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Pakistan 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st9Mohammad HafeezAhmed Shehzad
2nd0Mohammad HafeezAsad Shafiq
3rd3Misbah-ul-HaqMohammad Hafeez
4th37Misbah-ul-HaqUmar Akmal
5th78Misbah-ul-HaqHammad Azam
6th16Shahid AfridiMisbah-ul-Haq
7th5Misbah-ul-HaqMohammad Salman
8th29Misbah-ul-HaqWahab Riaz