On Day 4 of the 2nd Test between Pakistan and West Indies, Pakistan struggled for a good part of Day 4 as Shai Hope and Vishaul Singh fended them off with resilient characteristically found only in Test matches.
But then Yasir Shah’s stranglehold of the West Indies came into play as the leg-spinner snared six for 90 to re-open the prospect of a first-ever Test match victory at the venue for Pakistan going into the final day. West Indies slipped from the relative comfort of 234/4 to be 264/9 for nine at stumps. They go into the final day on Thursday ahead by 183 runs with the last pair at the crease.
West Indies: 312/10 (98.5 ov) & 264/9(102 ov)
Pakistan: 393/10 (140 ov)
Stumps – Day 4