that's it. Pakistan seal the series. Misbah takes the catch and Pakistan win by 133 runs. Lots of flight from Babar on off, Bishoo gets low, looking to heave the flight over midwicket. Some extra bounce is responsible for a top edge. The ball lobs up towards midwicket, Misbah runs around and takes the catch.
1.55pm Another clinical display from Pakistan on the fifth day has helped Pakistan thrash West Indies by 133 runs, and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. With 285 runs to defend on the final day, Pakistan were not excellent, but did what they had to do: chip away, take their catches, keep West Indies in their sights. Check, check, check. Yasir finished with figures of 6 for 124, taking his second ten-for in six Tests. West Indies, like they did in the first Test, showed fight, grit and determination to compete. That they did, but it wasn't nearly enough to topple a side that has grown up playing in such conditions. This is also Pakistan's 10th consecutive win in international matches.
Time for the presentation.
Yasir Shah is the Man of the Match: "Wanted to bowl in one area. These wickets are slow, that's why there were many bad balls. But I worked on a repeatable action in the nets. I plan differently for different series. The senior players give me extra support."
Jason Holder: "We've showed signs of improvement. Unfortunately we weren't able to start the game we liked. They scored too many runs on the first day, we didn't bat well in the first innings. Pleased with the guys, the way they showed application. Hope showed promise. Many areas we can improve on, fielding, getting early wickets. We have let ourselves down in the field. Have to hold your chances. Pakistan are not No.2 for no reason. We have to go from the planning phase into the execution phase, that's where we fall in our cricket. We lack consistency."
Misbah-ul-Haq: "Wasn't easy to get 20 wickets on a pitch like that. The bowlers worked really hard. It was a big achievement to get 20 wickets on this pitch. Important to know how to utilise your resources and know how to win matches. I believe in assessing conditions and then using your resources, how to conduct your gameplan, stay in your limits and execute your plan.
flat on off, played into the off side with the angle. Quicker through the air
shortish and wide outside off, hit down to an inexplicably-placed long-off.
massive slog, lots of flight from Babar. Gabriel clears his front leg and hoicks it away with all his might. It plonks just over mid-on
slow from wide of the crease, straight, defended
Sohaib: "Everyone was hooting about the declaration being too early from Pakistan. They read the game perfectly as it seems, expecting a hard toil for the 10 wickets. Brilliant from the Pakistan think-tank."
tossed up on middle, driven to long-on.
no, slow regulation legbreak outside off. Thick outside edge lands well short of gully
Look out for the flipper or the googly
nudged into the leg side, towards deep square leg for a run
more turn. Pitches on off or just outside and spins way down leg. Good take from Sarfraz
flicked to short midwicket with the angle
tossed up outside off, Bishoo gets forward and defends
flight on off, nudged to short midwicket
flat and straight from Babar to end, defended back
Talha Hameed: "Most Test wickets after 18 tests: Yasir Shah 112*, Sydney Barnes 112, George Lohmann 112, Clarie Grimmett 105, R Ashwin 104."
flat down leg, worked to midwicket
beautiful, slow outside off, gets just enough spin to beat the bat of Gabtiel
comes to the pitch and drives to long-on for a single
tossed up way over the batsman's eyeline, worked towards midwicket
slow and short down leg, played downwards towards leg gully
smashed over cover for four. Lots of flight outside off, Gabriel stays in his crease and plays a No. 11 mow over cover. Gets enough on it
No. 11 Gabriel. Pakistan one wicket away
no doubts about this one. Ten in the match for Yasir. Lots of flight on that one and wide outside off, draws Cummins forward but the ball pitches and rips back in. Cummins plays inside the line and is beaten on the outside edge. The ball continues on its trajectory to hit the middle stump. Sensational bowling. Sublime variations in length and pace