Pakistan restricts West Indies' progress to 151-6

Pakistan restricts West Indies' progress to 151-6

Updated Mar. 4, 2020 3:14 p.m. ET

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Pakistan held West Indies' to 151-6 at lunch despite stubborn resistance from nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo on the third day of the second test on Sunday.

Bishoo resisted for 1-1/2 hour to score 20 off 66 balls before seamer Sohail Khan uprooted the left-hander's off stump after West Indies resumed at 106-4.

West Indies still trails by 301 in reply to Pakistan's first innings score of 452.

Left-arm seamer Rahat Ali (3-45) provided Pakistan's breakthrough inside the first hour when he had Jermaine Blackwood caught behind.


But West Indies batsmen struggled to get going against both seamers while spinners Yasir Shah and Zulfiqar Babar also constantly challenged with their tidy line and length.

Roston Chase successfully overturned an lbw verdict against him through television referral and was unbeaten on 11 but consumed 57 balls as West Indies could add only 45 runs in the first session.