Windies slump on day three

Windies slump on day three

West Indies now lead by 162 runs and will want to add at least another 40 runs to give their bowlers a chance, although a difficult batting track may have more surprises in store.

After resuming on 34-2, West Indies lost nightwatchman Kemar Roach, lbw to Ajmal, with the sixth ball of the day and wasted a review appeal by questioning the verdict.

The in-form Lendl Simmons then went for 21, caught by Azhar Ali at short leg of a rising delivery from Wahab Riaz.  The hope of the crowd was that Guyanese pair Ramnaresh Sarwan and Shivnarine Chanderpaul would provide some backbone to the innings but Sarwan gloved a sharply rising delivery from Ajmal to square leg.


WEST INDIES (I Innings): 226 all out
PAKISTAN (I Innings, O/n: 45/1):
Hafeez b Rampaul    4
Taufeeq lbw Sammy    19
Ali b Sammy    34
Misbah lbw Bishoo    2
Shafiq lbw Bishoo    2
U Akmal c Baugh b Bishoo    33
Salman lbw Bishoo    4
Rehman (not out)    40
Gul c Baugh b Rampaul    5
Ajmal lbw Rampaul    1
Riaz c Baugh b Roach    5
Extras (B-6, LB-3, NB-2)    11
Total (all out, 64.4 overs)    160
Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-57, 3-60, 4-62, 5-66, 6-80, 7-130, 8-135, 9-141.
Bowling: Roach 10.4-2-40-1, Rampaul 17-5-27-3, Sammy 12-6-16-2, Bishoo 25-6-68-4.

Smith lbw Hafeez     1
Simmons c Ali b Riaz     21
Bravo lbw Ajmal     8
Roach lbw Ajmal     3
Sarwan c Shafiq b Riaz     11
Chanderpaul (batting)     12
Nash (run out)     3
Baugh c U Akmal b Ajmal     7
Sammy (batting)     7
Extras (B-4, LB-16, W-2, NB-1)     23
Total (for 7 wkts, 35 overs)     96
Fall of wickets: 1-3, 2-23, 3-35, 4-47, 5-59, 6-74, 7-86.
Bowling: Gul 8-2-21-0, Hafeez 3-1-5-1, Rehman 5-0-15-0, Ajmal 14-5-23-4, Riaz 5-1-12-1.