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.

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