Rain Left Windies vs. Pakistan Test Match In A Spot Of Bother

No ball was bowled on the second day of the second Test match between West Indies and Pakistan, as the weather had the last say in a game already filled with drama and suspension.

The region in its hurricane season experienced a heavy downpour of rain on Saturday, and conditions in Jamaica, in particular, made it unsuitable for cricket.

Pakistan was left on 212-4 at stumps the previous day after staving off a devasting piece of fast bowling from the Windies at the start of their innings.

At the opening session of the match, the Pakistani had their back against the wall, with the Windies having them down at 2-3.

However, with a long partnership between Fawad Alam and Babar Azam, they were able to put their team in pole position.

West Indies won the first match of the two-Test series.

Readers Bureau, Contributor

Edited by Jesus Chan

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