Pakistan beat West Indies by 133 runs to win series 2-0

Pakistan beat West Indies by 133 runs in the second of the three-match Test series on Tuesday to gain an unassailable 2-0 lead in Abu Dhabi.
West Indies, chasing 456 in the fourth innings, were all out for 322 in the second session of the final day as the hosts clinched the series.
Windies started day five on 171-4 but leggie Yasir Shah once again was on song when he bagged first three wickets on day five. The visitors went into lunch with 272-7 on board.

After lunch, Left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar dismissed Shai Hope while Yasir accounted for Miguel Cummins. Zulfiqar bagged the last wicket of the match as Divendra Bishoo top-edged one into the air for Pakistan captain Misbahul Haq to catch.
Earlier, Pakistan scored 452 runs in the first innings of the match courtesy Younus Khan’s 127.
Windies, in their reply, could only manage 224 with Darren Bravo (43) being the highest scorer.
Pakistan, then, did not enforce the follow-on and came in to bat. Fifties from the top three batsmen helped them to 227-2 with a lead of 455 on the board.
Man-of-the-match Yasir bagged 10 wickets in the match (four in the first innings, six in the second innings).

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