Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Test Match Highlights 21st-25th Oct 2016
Watch Pakistan vs West Indies (Pak vs WI) 2nd Test Match Highlights 21st-25th October 2016. Full Video Highlights of Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Test Match 2016 and Darren Bravo batted out of his skin and when the final session started, the visitors needed 114 runs in a possible of 38 over’s through Bravo unbeaten on 102 and prepared to launch an assault in the final hour.
Misbah-ul-Haq*, Asad Shafiq, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Imran Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Nawaz (3), Rahat Ali, Sami Aslam, Sarfraz Ahmed†, Sohail Khan, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah, Zulfiqar Babar
West Indies Squad
JO Holder*, KC Brathwaite, D Bishoo, J Blackwood, CR Brathwaite, DM Bravo, RL Chase, ML Cummins, SO Dowrich†, ST Gabriel, SD Hope, LR Johnson, AS Joseph, MN Samuels, JA Warrican.
There has been no Test cricket among the 2 nations since 2007 and two-sided cricket ties were severed in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, which New Delhi blamed on militants based in Pakistan. The 38-year-old missed the 1st Test due to his recovery from dengue fever but is sure to replace Babar Azam in the eleven.
Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Test Match Full Video Highlights 2016
Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur on Wednesday expected a brawny rejoinder from the West Indies in the 2nd Test in Abu Dhabi after the tourists came close to pulling off a outstanding comeback in Dubai. Senior Pakistan batsman Younis Khan said he seem forward to return to the team for the 2nd Test starting in Abu Dhabi from Friday, hoping the team get an invincible lead in the three-match series.
Younis hoped a settled Test side give a first-rate account of itself in the 2 Tests in New Zealand next month followed by three in Australia. Senior batsman Younis Khan wants India and Pakistan to set sideways their strained relations and resume 1st day matches as together are giants of the game. Normal service will be resumed through a traditional red ball and day play after both teams fought out a tension-packed pink ball day-night Test in Dubai, won by Misbahul Haq’s men by a narrow 56-run margin.