2nd Test: West Indies lose 3 wickets for 97 runs in second innings on Day 4

BRIDGETOWN: West Indies had to suffer an early blow on the fourth day of second cricket Test against Pakistan at Bridgetown, when Muhammad Amir cleaned up SO Hetmyer in the early morning. However, both Brathwaite, Hope drove West Indies into lead as they played shots all around the wicket after the early blow. The partnership of 56 runs came to an end when Yasir Shah removed Braithwaite who was caught in slip by Younas Khan. West Indies resume their second innings at overnight score of 40 for one on fourth day. Pakistan scored 393 in their first innings while taking a lead of 81 when they were all out on third day of the second Test at Kensington Oval in Barbados. Azhar Ali 105 and Misbah 99 were the top scorers from Pakistan side as they helped Pakistan to take a lead against West Indies. 02

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