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First Test match: West Indies beat Pakistan by one wicket

Babar Azam scored 55 runs, Abid Ali 34, and Mohammad Rizwan 30 runs for the national cricket team (Photo: Hum News)

JAMAICA: West Indies has defeated Pakistan by one wicket in the first Test match.

In the first Test match played in Jamaica, West Indies achieved the target of 168 runs given by Pakistan at a loss of 9 wickets.

Pakistan bowler Shaheen Afridi took 4 wickets, Hasan Ali took 3 wickets and Faheem Ashraf took 2 wickets while West Indies’ Blackwood scored 55 runs and Kamroch played an unbeaten inning of 30 runs.

Jayden Seales of West Indies was declared man of the match for taking 8 wickets in the match. The Pakistani cricket team was bowled out for 203 in their second innings on the fourth day of the Kingston Test match.

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For Pakistan, Babar Azam and Faheem Ashraf resumed the innings at 160 for five. The Pakistani team struggled from the start of the fourth day and Faheem Ashraf was dismissed after adding 8 runs to the total.

After the dismissal of Faheem Ashraf, captain Babar Azam was also caught out and then no player could stay on the wicket.

The national team piled up 203 runs in the second innings and thus Pakistan gave the West Indies a target of 168 runs to win. According to the score, Babar Azam scored 55 runs, Abid Ali 34, and Mohammad Rizwan 30 runs for the national cricket team. Jayden Seales took 5 wickets for West Indies.

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