Pakistan v West Indies – 2nd Test - West Indies inning – 15 over report

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After the first 15 overs, West Indies were trailing by 222 runs with 8 wickets remaining in their first innings of the second Test match at Warner Park St. Kitts against Pakistan.
It was a, accompanied by his compatriot Lendl Simmons at the crease.
West Indies, in the first 15 overs of their innings, managed to up only 50 runs at the loss of two vital batsmen.
First over of the innings showcased a controlled line and length from Tanvir, on the second ball of his very first over, the dangerous, was walking back to pavilion after a golden duck. Taufeeq Umar caught Simmons at the second slip after he
was lured into a drive at a full-length delivery.
Next man to come in was Darren Bravo, but Tanvir kept it tight and the first over for the Men in Green was a maiden with a wicket.
It was the show time for Braithwaite as he was facing the very first over of his test-career, left-arm pacer welcomed him with a delivery pitched outside the off-stump. When Wahab offered the youngster some width on the next delivery, Braithwaite
sent it to the rope for his first boundary.
It seemed that Wahab Riaz was really finding it hard to keep a check on his steps, with 5-no balls to his credit, Wahab proved as expensive for Pakistan.
Finally in the 5th over, Wahab managed to pick the second wicket for Pakistan after hunting down the debutant at the score of 15, again took one in the second slip.
After 6 overs, the Caribbean Kings were 24/2, resting upon the shoulders of to rescue the innings from another collapse.
Both were playing sensibly and after the 15th over, Sarwan was unbeaten at 20 while Bravo was accompanying him on 7.



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