After Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shehzad shared a 155-run opening stand, West Indies struck late with three quick wickets to restrict Pakistan to 172 for three at stumps on day two of the second Test in Barbados.
Yasir Shah picked a six wicket haul to bowl out West Indies for 152 runs in their second innings following which Pakistan chased down the target of 32 runs with seven wickets in hand to win the first Test in Jamaica and take a 1-0 lead in the series.
After Misbah ul Haq's unbeaten 99 helped Pakistan post 407 runs in their first innings, Yasir Shah picked a four-wicket haul to restrict West Indies to 93 for four at stumps on day four of the first Test in Jamaica.
Mohammad Amir registered his career best figure of six-wicket haul to dismiss West Indies for 286 runs following which Pakistan responded back with a score of 201 for four at stumps on day one of the first Test in Jamaica.
Mohammad Amir went on to complete a five-wicket haul while Jason Holder reached his half-century as rain restricted play on day two to just 75 deliveries in the first Test between West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica.
After a three-wicket haul from Mohammad Amir dented West Indies top order, the lower middle order came to the rescue of the hosts as they reached 244 for seven at stumps on day one of the first Test against Pakistan in Jamaica.
Damion Jacobs picked a four-wicket haul to dismiss Pakistan for 192 runs following which Kieran Powell smashed an unbeaten 84 to help West Indies President's XI to 152 for two at stumps on the final day of the tour game in Jamaica that ended in a draw.
Shoaib Malik scored a brilliant century while Mohammad Hafeez supported him with a 81-run knock as Pakistan made a swift recovery to chase down 234 against West Indies with six wickets in hand in the third One-Day International in Guyana to claim the series 3-1.
Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 125 while Hasan Ali backed it up with a five-wicket haul as Pakistan successfully defended a total of 282 runs by 74 runs in the second One-Day International in Guyana to level the series 1-1.
Jason Mohammad scored a decisive unbeaten 91-run knock as West Indies recorded their highest chase in One-Day Internationals of 309 with four wickets in hand in Guyana to take a 1-0 lead in the series.