11.00pm If yesterday was a nightmare, today has been much the same story for West Indies. Is it jet lag? Is it lack of time to acclimatise? Is it lack of planning? They'd do well to find some answers. At no stage did they even threaten to chase this target down. Sure, not having your T20 super stars is one thing, but being embarrassed in this manner has to raise the standard of cricket West Indies have plummeted to.

This is Pakistan's seventh successive T20I series win. Pakistan have consolidated their No. 1 ranking in T20 cricket. Sarfraz hasn't lost a series yet as captain.

Time for the presentation

Sarfraz Ahmed, Pakistan captain: "The guys understand their roles well," he says. "I'm trying to learn as much as possible as captain, especially getting angry on the field (laughs). It feels good when youngsters come into the side. I want to give them confidence. Whoever has come in recently have delivered. We have focused a lot on fitness in recent times. We've made this very clear: you will be available to play if fit."

Babar Azam is the Player of the match for his 97 not out. "I didn't get the hundred because of my own fault," he laughs. "The team's plan for me was to bat out the 20 overs. Fakhar Zaman doesn't allow pressure to escalate, that helps play my normal game."

Jason Mohammed, the West Indies captain: "Disappointing performance," he deadpans. "We tried to set aggressive fields to try and get early wickets. It's difficult at times. Hopefully we can go home with a victory."

19.2
W
Hussain Talat to Smith, OUT, slower and fuller on middle, he looks to clear long-off but can only hit it as far as the mid-off fielder. He had some work to do: ran in and dived full length forward to complete an excellent catch. Talat continues to impress. Pakistan have wrapped the series 2-0

OF Smith c Mohammad Nawaz b Hussain Talat 6 (5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 120.00

19.1
1
Hussain Talat to Badree, 1 run, slower and fuller on middle and leg, eased to deep midwicket

END OF OVER:
19 | 7 Runs 1 Wkt | WI: 122/9 (84 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 6.42, RRR: 84.00)

  • Odean Smith6 (4b)
  • Samuel Badree1 (1b)
  • Hasan Ali4-0-33-1
  • Mohammad Amir4-0-22-3
18.6
4
Hasan Ali to Smith, FOUR runs, width and he's slapped this length ball wide of mid-off. Super timing
18.5
0
Hasan Ali to Smith, no run, slash and a miss.Wanted to go over cover
18.4
2
Hasan Ali to Smith, 2 runs, gets a thick inside edge down towards long-on. Wanted to hit it a lot straighter.
18.3
0
Hasan Ali to Smith, no run, shows the full face of the bat to keep out this full delivery
18.2
1
Hasan Ali to Badree, 1 run, right on top of the bounce as he dabs this into the off side
18.1
W
Hasan Ali to Williams, OUT, middle stump takes a walk. This is a super delivery, typical Hasan Ali. The late reverse swing back in leaves Williams little time to dig this one out.

KOK Williams b Hasan Ali 1 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

END OF OVER:
18 | 8 Runs 3 Wkts | WI: 115/8 (91 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.38, RRR: 45.50)

  • Kesrick Williams1 (1b)
  • Odean Smith0 (0b)
  • Mohammad Amir4-0-22-3
  • Hasan Ali3-0-26-0
17.6
1
Mohammad Amir to Williams, 1 run, squeezes this full delivery to mid-off.
17.5
W
Mohammad Amir to Emrit, 1 run, OUT, steered towards square third man, superb timing but what's the point? They've committed hara kiri. Emrit turned around for the second and got to the other end, except that Kesrick didn't move an inch. So Sarfraz collected the ball and then ran all the way down to the bowler's end and whipped the bails off.

RR Emrit run out (Faheem Ashraf/†Sarfaraz Ahmed) 1 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

17.4
W
Mohammad Amir to Paul, OUT, looks to go over cover but ends up reaching out to go over cover to this slower delivery, can only manage to slice this to third man where Ashraf takes an excellent catch. Momentum was with him coming forward but he managed to hold on.

KMA Paul c Faheem Ashraf b Mohammad Amir 17 (10b 3x4 0x6) SR: 170.00

17.3
4
Mohammad Amir to Paul, FOUR runs, backs away and wallops this length ball through mid-off. Super timing
17.2
2
Mohammad Amir to Paul, 2 runs, looks to go big on the leg side but ends up hoicking this off the bottom, on the bounce to the man running in from deep midwicket
17.1
W
Mohammad Amir to Powell, OUT, deceived by the slower length ball which he looks to hoick but ends up slicing it to point. Too easy

R Powell c Babar Azam b Mohammad Amir 3 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

END OF OVER:
17 | 12 Runs | WI: 107/5 (99 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.29, RRR: 33.00)

  • Rovman Powell3 (3b)
  • Keemo Paul11 (7b)
  • Hasan Ali3-0-26-0
  • Mohammad Amir3-0-14-1
16.6
1
Hasan Ali to Powell, 1 run, squeezes this full delivery on middle and leg
16.5
1
Hasan Ali to Paul, 1 run, full toss that he slips down leg, swung through, Amir gets a hand on it at short fine leg
16.4
1
Hasan Ali to Powell, 1 run, full on middle and leg, eased down to long-on

West Indies 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st11ADS FletcherCAK Walton
2nd39MN SamuelsCAK Walton
3rd7MN SamuelsJN Mohammed
4th35D RamdinJN Mohammed
5th2JN MohammedR Powell
6th13KMA PaulR Powell
7th6RR EmritKMA Paul
8th1RR EmritKOK Williams
9th1KOK WilliamsOF Smith
10th8S BadreeOF Smith