After setting West Indies 456, Pakistan strike twice

The measure of time Pakistan offered themselves to bowl West Indies out demonstrated that they expected a lot of hard drudge in incredible batting conditions. There was no swing accessible to the new-ball match of Rahat Ali and Sohail Khan, and it just took Misbah-ul-Haq six overs to swing to turn from both finishes.

There was very little help on offer for the spinners either, yet Yasir Shah didn’t need to sit tight too yearn for his first wicket. Having just confronted three balls from the legspinner, Leon Johnson attempted to scope him, and wound up dragging the ball onto his stumps, off the fold of his cushion. The ball pitched outside leg stump, so Johnson may have felt the shot was on, however he was most likely playing the shot Yasir needed him to play, given every one of the defenders sticking around the bat for a top-edge or a bat-cushion.