Fawad Alam dragged Pakistan past 300 with his fifth Test century before their bowlers made early inroads against West Indies on the third day of the Second Test in Kingston.
After another delay, Pakistan resumed at 212-4 after the entire second day was lost due to rain and a sodden outfield and despite losing early wickets managed to get through to 302-9 declared as Fawad returned after retiring on the first day with cramps.
Shaheen Shah Afridi dismissed both openers inside the opening six overs before poor light ended the day with West Indies 39-3.
Faheem Ashraf fell for 26 with only six runs added to the overnight score, with Mohammed Rizman trapped lbw by Jason Holder shortly after for 31.
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Edited by Jesus Chan
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