Pakistan vs West Indies 1st Test Day 5 Highlights Apr 25, 2017

Watch Pak v WI highlights today – first test day five from Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica (West Indies) Tuesday 25th April 2017. West Indies scored 286 runs in their first innings all out in 95 overs. Pakistan scored 407 runs in their first innings. Captain of the team Misbah-ul-Haq faced 233 balls and scored 99 runs not out. He was only one score behind from his century when the last wicket dismissed and he was Mohammad Abbas 138.4 81.8 kph.

Asad Shafiq contributed 22 runs, Sarfraz Ahmed† scored 54 runs off 70 deliveries and out. Mohammad Amir went with scoring 11 runs only. ST Gabriel and AS Joseph took three wickets each of them and the rest of the bowlers took one wicket each of them without KC Brathwaite who had not taken any wicket.

After Pakistan’s first innings yesterday West Indies faced 28 overs and scored 93 runs with four wickets down after the end of the day 4 West Indies trail by 28 runs with 6 wickets remaining. All of the four wickets were taken by Yasir Shah. KC Brathwaite scored 14 runs and out, KOA Powell was doing so good, he scored 49 runs off 84 balls and out. When his wicket dismissed then it was 26.6 82.6 kph. Nine boundaries had been smashed by KOA Powell. SO Hetmyer contributed 20 runs, SD Hope scored 6 runs and out.

Toss: Pakistan have won the toss and will bowl.

Pakistan team
Azhar, Shehzad, Babar, Younis, Misbah (capt), Shafiq, Sarfraz (wk), Amir, Yasir, Wahab, Abbas.
So there’s a debut for Mohammad Abbas.

West Indies team
Brathwaite, Powell, Hetmyer, Hope, Singh, Dowrich (wk), Chase, Holder (capt), Bishoo, Joseph, Gabriel.


West Indies 286 & 152
Pakistan 407 & 36/3 10.5 overs
Pakistan won by 7 wickets

Match Timings: 10:00 local (15:00 GMT | 20:00 PKT)

Pakistan tour of West Indies, 1st Test Highlights
Test no. 2259 | 2017 season
Played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica
21,22,23,24,25 April 2017 (5-day match)
Umpires – RK Illingworth and RA Kettleborough
TV umpire – BNJ Oxenford
Match referee – BC Broad
Reserve umpire – GO Brathwaite