Pakistan eased to a 109-run win over the West Indies on the final day to end their Caribbean tour with a series-levelling win in the two-Test series in Kingston on Tuesday. Set 328, West Indies folded for 219 – losing nine wickets on the final day to hand Pakistan their opening 12 World Test Championship points. Shaheen Afridi bagged 10 wickets in the game – his maiden 10-wicket haul – to ensure Pakistan were able to make up for lost time – due to rain and damp outfield – and force a result in the game.
Pakistan: 302/9 decl and 176/6 decl (Imran Butt 37, Alzarri Joseph 2/24)
West Indies: 150 and 219 (Jason Holder 47, Afridi 4/43).