Pakistan took an unassailable 2-0 Series lead against the West Indies with a 120-run win in the second match in Multan.
On a sweltering day in Pakistan, the hosts won the toss and elected to bat. Imam Ul-Haq scored 72 and Babar Azam 77 in a 120-run partnership that did the bulk of the scoring for the hosts.
However, the Windies balanced the scale with Akeal Hosein again being the pick of the bowlers, taking three wickets for 52 runs – 275 for 8 the final total at the end of Pakistan’s 50 overs.
Needing a victory to level the three match series, the Windies had a good start at 71 for 1 but a collapse occurred and the regional side was struggling at 120 for 7. The men in maroon were eventually dismissed for 155 in 32.2 overs, Shamarh Brooks top scoring with 42.
Mohammed Nawaz was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan taking four wickets for 19 runs. The hosts winning by 120 runs and lead the series 2-0.