Azhar Ali’s fourteenth test century  got Pakistan to a decent first innings total of 376 as the visitors took control of the game on the second day of the third and final Test against the West Indies on Thursday.

Azhar Ali does the salute after making his 14th Test century against West Indies
Azhar Ali does the salute after making his 14th Test century against West Indies

Misbah-ul-Haq gave him great support as he scored a slow paced but well-crafted half century to take Pakistan to a position of dominance.  West Indies were left with 11 overs till the close of play at Windsor Park in Dominica, the West Indies reached 14 without loss in reply.

Pakistan First Innings: 376 all out (146.3 overs)

West Indies First Innings: 14 for 0 (11.0 overs)

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