Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Day 5

511dThe Verdict by Osman Samiuddin at Karachi

Trust Karachi to produce a winner

Whatever talk there always is of the Karachi pitch, it manages to be overshadowed eventually by producing a winner

Day 3

511dOsman Samiuddin at Karachi

'You have to really graft on this pitch' - Hafeez

Rain overnight andcloud cover for most of the afternoon meant play stopped 15 overs short,though to many that might have been a relief given that only 199 runs hadbeen scored in the 75 available.

Day 2

511dThe Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

Damned if you do, damned if you don't

Whatever has happened to this pitch, nothing can detract from the factthat it has provided the keenest tussle between bat and ball we have yetseen and that surely is all anyone should ask for

Day 1

511dOsman Samiuddin at Karachi

Yousuf nears untouched ground

Mohammad Yousuf has one innings left to over take Viv Richards's record of runs for a calendar year but does not believe he should be compared to the West Indian

Others

511dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Pakistan tighten their grip

Pakistan rode to 399 for 6 before declaring their innings and inviting West Indies to chase 444 to level the series, or survive one day and a bit to save the game.

511dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Pakistan ride on Hafeez half-century

After two days in which the batsmen struggled to bat for long periods, Pakistan finally managed to get a substantial partnership going as they took charge of the third Test at Karachi

511dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Yousuf continues his run-fest

A year that has already been a spectacular one for Mohammad Yousuf goteven better as he stroked his way to yet another classy hundred

511dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Pakistan seal 2-0 series victory

Needing to take eight wickets in a day, Pakistan's bowlers put in a sustained bowling performance to finally end West Indies' resistance and seal the series 2-0

511dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Ganga keeps West Indies afloat

A battling unbeaten 77 by Daren Ganga kept West Indies in the game as they closed the second day on 191 for 6, still 113 behind Pakistan's first-innings total of 304.

511dBob Woolmer

Hard work and a hunger for runs

Yousuf and I have worked on his balance and the ability to play the left arm in-swing bowler and in both we've been successful

511dOsman Samiuddin at Karachi

'I just need to bat out the entire day' - Lara

Brian Lara is a sharper man than most and despite the celebratory feel of the day he was fully aware of the grave situation his side find themselves in now

511dThe Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

When bits fell to pieces

It is the continued presence of three all-rounders, none of whom are fully this or that, in the team that hurts Pakistan

511dS Rajesh

Yousuf's amazing run-spree

Mohammad Yousuf broke one of the longest-standing records in cricket, of most runs in a calendar year

West Indies 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st2D GangaCH Gayle
2nd15BC LaraD Ganga
3rd80BC LaraRR Sarwan
4th4S ChanderpaulRR Sarwan
4th25S ChanderpaulRS Morton
5th57S ChanderpaulDJ Bravo
6th44S ChanderpaulD Ramdin
7th0DBL PowellD Ramdin
8th9JE TaylorD Ramdin
9th8CD CollymoreD Ramdin