Due to rain and damp outings, the second day of the second Test between West Indies and Pakistan was not played in Kingston on Saturday. Numerous attempts were made to start the day, but with rain again and the ground getting wet, the umpires finally finished the day at 4 pm. Pakistan scored 212 runs for the loss of four wickets in their first innings.
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Mohammad Rizwan 22 and Fahim Ashraf 23. The West Indies are ahead in the two-match series after scoring a run in the first Test. If the match ends in a draw, the series will be titled West Indies. Pakistan had a very poor start on the first day. Three top-order batsmen lost wickets as the team managed only 2 runs. This time, Abid Ali and Imran Butt scored one run each, but Azhar Ali could not even open his account.
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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 runs while leading the innings. When the score was 160, Allam had to leave the field due to cramps. He scored an unbeaten 76 off 149 deliveries. West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach is the most successful bowler who has taken three wickets for 49 runs. Apart from him, one wicket has fallen in the form of Jayden Seals.