Kathmandu: The Test cricket series between Pakistan and the West Indies has ended in a draw.
Pakistan won the second Test by 109 runs and drew the Test series with the home team West Indies.
West Indies won the first Test by one wicket. Chasing Pakistan’s target of 329 for victory, the West Indies were all out for 219 runs.
West Indies’ Jason Holder top-scored with 47 runs. Captain Craig Braithwaite was out for 39 runs. Pakistan’s Shahin Shah Afridi took the most four wickets. Similarly, Nauman Ali took 3 wickets and Hasan Ali took 2 wickets.
On the fourth day, Pakistan lost 6 wickets in the second innings and declared the innings at 176 runs.
Pakistan took a 152-run lead in the first innings and set an overall target of 328 runs. Pakistan’s Fawad Alam remained unbeaten on 124 runs.