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Pakistan registers Test series victory against West Indies to make history

Pakistan registers Test series victory against West Indies to make history
May 15, 2017

ROSEAU, 15 May: Pakistan defeated West Indies in the third and final Test by 101 runs with six balls to spare and created new history of registering a first ever series victory in the West Indies on Sunday.
In response to Pakistan’s 304 runs target, on the fifth day of the third Test the West Indies cricket team was dismissed for 202 runs to lose the series 2-1.
Pakistan had declared its second innings on 174 for the loss of eight wickets. Earlier, in its first innings, Pakistan had scored 376 runs. In response to Pakistan’s first innings, the West Indies team was dismissed for 247 runs.
Yasir Shah took the man of the series award for his series haul of 25 wickets, the highest of his career.
Pakistan clinched the Test series by 2:1 and created a new history on winning a Test series in West Indies.
This was the last match of the test skipper Misbah ul Haq and star batsman Younis Khan as they had already announced retirement from international cricket.


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