Match reports

West Indies v Pakistan, 2017

Wisden's review of the fourth T20 International, West Indies v Pakistan, 2017

Fourth Twenty20 international At Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, April 2, 2017. Pakistan won by seven wickets.
Pakistan's miserly bowlers sent down 66 dot balls, and restricted West Indies to 124, which their batsmen easily trumped to take the series. Hasan Ali was the pick, his mixture of inswingers and cunning slower deliveries picking up 2-12. He also bowled two maidens, and another from left-arm seamer Rumman Raees - replacing Sohail Tanvir, whom Lewis had destroyed in the previous game - made it a Pakistan record in T20Is. Walton hit some meaty blows, and Brathwaite a career-best 37*, but six West Indians were dismissed in single figures. In reply, Shehzad and Babar took Pakistan past 100 for the loss of one wicket, making the result a formality.