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West Indies Vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 2: Play Called Off Due To Wet Outfield - Highlights

Catch the Day 2 highlights and cricket scores of the 2nd West Indies vs Pakistan Test match, being played at Kingston, Jamaica here. Windies lead series 1-0

West Indies Vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 2: Play Called Off Due To Wet Outfield - Highlights
Pakistan fought back from 2/3 to finish at 212/4 at stumps on Day 1. West Indies lead the two-match Test series 1-0. Catch live scores here | Courtesy: Twitter (@ICC)
West Indies Vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 2: Play Called Off Due To Wet Outfield - Highlights
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2021-08-22T08:08:31+05:30

Incessant rain and then wet outfield ensured no action was possible on Day 2 of the second Test between hosts West Indies and Pakistan in Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday. Earlier, skipper Babar Azam and Fawad Alam rescued Pakistan out of deep trouble ensuring that by stumps on Day 1 were in a good position. While Azam scored 75 and was caught by Jason Holder of Kemar Roach, Fawad Alam had to retire hurt on 76 because of cramps. Pakistan will hope that on Day 2, Mohammad Rizwan (22) and Faheem Ashraf (23) carry the team to a big score, while West Indies will be hoping for another burst from their pacer, similar to Day 1, wherein the visitors were reduced to 2/3 in 3.5 overs. Catch the Day 2 highlights cricket scores of the 2nd West Indies vs Pakistan Test match here.
Day 1 Report | Scorecard | Live Streaming | News


9:35 PM IST: This is how West Indies are spending their time in dressing room as they wait for rain to stop.


9:20 PM IST: It's still raining in Sabina Park and the pitch is under covers. and here's the review of Day 1  by Babar Azam:


8:20 PM IST:  Here's an update from Sabina Park: - We might have a delayed start.


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