The West Indies put in another poor batting display on Tuesday and as a result suffered a humiliating defeat not only in the game but also a white-wash resulting from a 3-0 series loss, a first in their history in this format of the game.
The team lost the game to host Pakistan by 8-wickets in Abu Dhabi.
Batting first, the Windies batsmen once again struggled, reaching 103-5 off their 20-overs with Marlon Samuels 42, not out the top scorer. Kieron Pollard chipped in with 16 as the man of the match Imad Wasim claimed 3-21.
In reply Pakistan easily reached their target at 108-2, Shoaib Malik 43 not out and Babar Azam 27 not out leading the charge against debutante Kesrick Williams 2-15.
The Windies now turn their attention to the ODI series which begins on Friday, September 30.
Carol Maye, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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