Second Test: West Indies piled up 150, giving the national team a 152 lead

Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Afridi bowled the best of his Test career, taking 6 wickets and knocking the West Indies to 150. 

The national team took a 152-run lead over the West Indies in their second innings, while hopes of a rain-affected match were brightened. 

After Fawad Alam’s magnificent century, the national team declared the innings at 302 in the first innings, after which the captain gave a chance to test the bowling. 

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Shaheen Afridi not only lived up to his captain’s expectations but also gave the best bowling performance of his Test career. 

The fast bowler broke the back of the home team by taking 6 West Indian players to the pavilion for just 51 runs. 

With him, Muhammad Abbas took 3 important wickets, while Faheem Ashraf took one wicket. 

For West Indies, Croma Boomer (37), Jermaine Blackwood (33) and Jason Holder (26) were able to compete with the Pakistani bowlers while no other batsman was able to perform well.