The second match of the two-Test series between Pakistan and the West Indies is taking place at Sabina Park, Jamaica. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat and scored 212 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in their first innings. The second day of the match was a feeling for fans as well as players of both teams, as there was not a single ball played in the entire day due to the rain. When the players came to the field on the second day, the rain was disturbed and the game did not start again. However, after this something happened in the dressing room of the West Indies, which brought a lot of joy to the fans’ faces.
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In fact, due to the rain, West Indies players started playing cricket in the dressing room. The video was shared by West Indies Cricket on its official Twitter handle. You can clearly see in the video that Joel Warreken is batting against Chemar Holder. It was here that Shamar Brooks was umpiring and he was out Warrick. This is followed by a funny incident, as Warken asks DRS here. After this, third umpire Jason Holder makes fun of ball tracking.
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Speaking of the match, Pakistan had a very poor start on the first day, where the team lost just three runs and lost the first three wickets. This time, Abid Ali and Imran Butt scored one run each, but Azhar Ali could not even open his account. From here it was a century partnership between captain Babar Azam and Fawad Alam, which resulted in the team scoring well until the end of the day. In the match, Babar scored 75 while captaining the innings, but Hurt retired after Fawad scored 76. West Indies lead 1-0 in the series