Day 3 Report: Pakistani batsman Fawad Alam continued an innings that started on day one and ended a century on day three of Sunday’s second cricket test against the West Indies, leading his team in a strong rain hit game to a strong position.

Fawad wasn’t out 124 when Pakistan declared their first innings at 302-9 shortly after tee. The West Indies lost the opening players Kraigg Brathwaite and Kieran Powell and Roston Chase in front of Stumpfen when they were 39-3, Nkrumah Bonner 18 failed and night watchman Alzarri Joseph scored another goal.

Fawad was 76 years old when he was injured on Friday with a severe and recurring cramp in his left leg. With poor lighting affecting play on the first day, then the rain washing away all of the second day and the first session of the third day, Fawad, rehydrated and recovered, had to wait a long time before his innings could resume.

” The first day it was hot and we were 3-2. We had to come back in this friendly, we had to build partnerships like me and Babar (Azam, who turned 75) on the first day. “

Pakistan was picked up again at 212: 4 on Sunday and had fallen to 231: 7, when Fawad went back in line. He reached his fifth Test century – all five that came to different countries – of 186 balls with 16 fours, becoming the anchor of the remainder of the Pakistani innings. He found some support from Hasan Ali who fell out for 9 and Shaheen who made 19 and added 35 for the ninth wicket.

Jayden Seales claimed the first Pakistani wicket that fell on Sunday and caught the overnight Batsman Faheem Ashraf lbw for 26 in the fourth over of the second new ball. The ball appeared to go over Faheem but straightened up late and hit the inside edge of the racket.

Jason Holder then dismissed Mohammad Rizwan and Nauman Ali (0) with consecutive balls in the 92nd over. Rizwan, 31, fell to lbw after a delivery that cut back late and hit him high on the pad. He called for a check that upheld the referee’s reputation as the reruns showed the ball hit the top of the stump of the leg.

Nauman was caught off guard on the first ball by a throw that rose steeply from a short length and an outside edge took before taking to wicketkeeeper Joshua Da Silva.

Hasan fell on a misjudged second run that was beaten by superb fielding from Nkrumah Bonner and Shaheen caught a catch from a short ball from Seales to Powell in the short leg Gloves enclosed.

Seales finished at 3:31 while Kemar Roach, who bowled 27 overs, won 3-68 and Holder 2-46 of 23 overs.

Shaheen ousted Brathwaite and Powell in a fiery opening spell. Left-handed Powell fell for the second time in the series lbw against Shaheen, struck by a ball that straightened and took him to the knee roll in front of the center and away, rendering a check pointless.

Brathwaite was hit by a quick, arched swinging Yorker who beat the West Indies captain in terms of pace. The West Indies had improved from 9-2 to 34 when Chase (10) was defeated by Faheem. After several balls went off the right-handed chase, Faheem brought one back, which stayed low and passed between the club and pad.

The West Indies lead the two-match series 1-0 after passing a tense first test through a wicket Have won.

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Three catches were missed so Kemar Roach and last man Jayden Seales could get their team to the goal with a last wicket partnership of 17.

Fawad’s unbeaten 124 increased the tourists to 302 for nine, declared in their first innings, before Shaheen quickly removed both opening games and Faheem Ashraf added another to have the home side 39-for-three in response to stumps.

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