Lunch 2nd day: Pakistan 45-1 in reply to 226
Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Pakistan, replying to West Indies’ 226 all out, reached 45-1 at lunch on the second day of the first Digicel Test at the National Stadium at Providence on Friday.
West Indies last pair of Kemar Roach and Devendra Bishoo held Pakistan at bay for the first half hour of the morning. Roach made 24, his highest Test score, while the left-handed Bishoo was unbeaten on 15 in his first Test innings. Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal ended with 5-69 from 33 overs.
Pakistan were off to a shaky start when Ravi Rampual bowled down Mohammed Hafeez with his second ball. After that Azhar Ali (27 not out) played well to take his side to the break.