Second Test: West Indies restrict Pakistan to 452


ABU DHABI : West Indies bowled Pakistan out for 452 an hour after lunch on the second day of the second Test against West Indies in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
Gabriel and Jason Holder quickly eliminated Pakistan’s lower order, taking the last four wickets in the space of 8.4 overs. Pakistan only managed to score 40 runs in that period, though, most of them coming from the bat of Sohail Khan, who hit five fours in a run-a-ball 26.
Before lunch, Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-haq was just four runs away from his 11th century when he was trapped leg-before in the sixth over of the day by West Indian paceman Shannon Gabriel, the third occasion when he fell in the nervous 90s in Tests.
He hit four boundaries and two sixes during his 162-ball stay.
Sarfraz Ahmed contributed 56 after Pakistan resumed the day on 304-4.
Paceman Shannon Gabriel finished with a career best 5-96 while Jason Holder took 3-47.
Pakistan leads the three-match series 1-0 after winning the first Test — a day-night affair played with pink ball — by 56 runs.