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West Indies fall of wickets VS Pakistan, 2nd Test 2016

Pakistan has wrapped up the West Indian batting line here. This is another good day for Pakistan and they will come out to bat again. Yasir Shah amongst the leading wicket takers once again. He likes these pitches a lot Yasir Shah. West Indies first wicket fell when Johnson got out. He was playing risky cricket and eventually it got him in trouble. Rahat trapped him lbw with the new ball. It was a straight forward decision for the umpire after the ball hit the pads.

Bravo was taken by Yasir Shah. This was another lbw case. The on field umpire did not give this one out. Yasir was certain about his appeal and he took a review straight away. The hawk eye technology put the case in his favor. That was the most important wicket for Pakistan. After that Brathwaite got himself run out. He was looking well at the crease. He played some god shots on the off and on side. But then a silly call for a single got him in trouble.

Misbah was quick in picking up the ball and throwing it to Sarfraz Ahmad. The last wicket for day two for Pakistan was Samuels. The right hander was caught in the slips by Sami Aslam. This was a really well judged catch by Sami. Today Pakistan picked up the last 6 wickets as well. Blackwood was taken by Rahat Ali. This was a lame shot and the outside edge was safely taken by Sarfraz. A few overs later it was Sohail Khan who bowled a beauty to get the off stump knocked out of the ground against Bishoo. This was a brilliant ball altogether. Bishoo was completely defeated with swing here.

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