Pakistan restricts West Indies to 103-5 in 3rd T20
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Pakistan looked set for a clean sweep against the West Indies after restricting the World Twenty20 champions to 103-5 in the third and final T20 of the series on Tuesday.
The West Indies' top order continued to struggle against the left-arm spin of Imad Wasim, who took 3-21, with the new ball.
Wasim bowled Jonhson Charles and Chadwick Walton off successive deliveries and then returned to have Dwayne Bravo clean bowled as the West Indies stuttered at 4-31.
Marlon Samuels labored for 59 deliveries to top score with an unbeaten 42 but couldn't provide the innings any real momentum with Kieron Pollard, who made 16 not out.
Experienced fast bowler Mohammad Amir and debutante left-arm seamer Rumman Raees, playing their first match of series, tied down both batsmen and conceded only 30 runs off seven overs between them.