Pakistan struggle in drawn tour game against West Indies President's XI
West Indies President's XI 419 & 152-2 (Powell 84no) v
Pakistan 192 (Shehzad 55)
Tour game 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.
Pakistan resumed their innings at 129 for four. Asad Shafiq (23) and Sarfraz Ahmed (50) consolidated the innings with a 47 run stand with the latter going on to complete a fifty.
However, Jacobs (4-45) helped the visitors bounce back with regular strikes to dismiss the visitors for 192.
Having secured a 227-run first innings lead, Kyle Hope (23) and Powell (84 not out) provided a solid opening stand of 75 runs. Shimron Hetmyer (22) also had a decent start before he was caught off Yasir Shah (1-60).
Powell continued to grind the innings and went past his fifty with skipper Shamarh Brooks (21 not out) providing him a solid support at the other end. At stumps, they reached 152 for two as the game ended in a draw.
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