Pakistan leads by 242 after dismissing West Indies for 357

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah became the joint second-fastest bowler to take 100 wickets when he reached the milestone in his 17th test following a five-wicket haul against the West Indies, who were bowled out for 357 on the fourth day of their day-night test on Sunday.

West Indies added only 42 runs to their overnight 315-6, faltering against Shah's 5-121 with the pink ball to concede a 222-run lead.

Pakistan didn't enforce the follow-on and stretched their lead to 242 by reaching 20-2 in their second innings at tea. First innings triple century-maker Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq both were dismissed leg before wicket cheaply.

Shah ran through the West Indies tail when he trapped Shannon Dowrich (32) lbw off a fuller delivery and then clean bowled captain Jason Holder (20) and Miguel Cummins for zero.

Left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz wrapped up the innings by knocking back the stumps of Devendra Bishoo but Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq chose not to force the follow-on in Pakistan's 400th test match.