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Old June 4, 2005, 11:45 AM
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Default West Indies vs Pakistan Second test

I guess everyone was busy with BD test to worry about this. On the second day Pakistan fall to 374 all out.
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Old June 4, 2005, 03:59 PM
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I think i am the only guy who knows there is a WI-Pak test today.

It looks like Pakistan is faltering as Lara and Sarwan took WI score to 214 for 3 with Lara and Chanderpaul on now. Sarwan was out for 55 while Lara at 90 not out is looking for another century,
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Old June 4, 2005, 05:02 PM
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Lara 120* at this moment
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Old June 4, 2005, 09:06 PM
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at stumps

Pakistan 374
West Indies 275/4 (76.3 ov)

Lara on 125 not out with Chanderpaul out last ball of the day.
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Old June 5, 2005, 01:09 PM
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WI finish on 404. 30 runs ahead.

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Pakistan 171 - 3, Inzimam and Younis batting at the moment. 141 runs lead.
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Old June 5, 2005, 06:14 PM
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Pakistan finish on 223 for 4 with Inzi and Afridi on.
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Pakistan gave a tricky target of 280 for the WI.The rain and bad light has stopped play.Currently WI are 38/1
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Old June 6, 2005, 05:11 PM
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Atlast Danish is on fire. There was two game break due to bad light and after each break Danish got vital wicket. Now WI is 56/4.
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At stumps WI are at 114 for 6 with lighted offered to batsman with over 21 overs to go. Lucky guys. Kaneria has 4 for 36.
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http://edition.cnn.com/2005/SPORT/06...ion=cnn_latest

Kaneria puts Pakistan in box seat

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) -- Legspinner Danish Kaneria ripped apart the West Indies top order Monday as Pakistan closed in on a series-levelling victory on the fourth day of the second and final test at Sabina Park.

Kaneria grabbed four for 36, including the key scalps of Brian Lara, captain Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Ramnaresh Sarwan as the home team closed on 114 for six in pursuit of 280 for victory.

Shabbir Ahmed took one for 40 and fellow seamer Abdul Razzaq claimed one for 37 as the visitors dominated despite the absence of Rana Naved, who has a thumb injury.

Earlier, Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq hit an unbeaten 117, his 22nd century in his 101st test, as Pakistan stretched its second innings from an overnight 223 for four to 309 all out just after lunch.

Tino Best lifted the West Indies with a career-best haul of four for 46. Corey Collymore polished off the innings to end with four for 56 and match figures of 11 for 134, the best ever on the ground.

But the batting faltered badly after a lengthy rain delay stalled the West Indies' progress at 38 for one.

Ahmed, under a cloud for an illegal action, made the crucial breakthrough when Gayle sparred at a lifting delivery and deflected a catch to Yasir Hameed at third slip.

Smith and Sarwan survived some anxious moments before dark clouds forced an early tea and heavy rain arrived to delay play for nearly two hours.

On resumption, Kaneria swung the match towards Pakistan as the class trio of Sarwan, Lara and Chanderpaul were despatched in successive overs.

Sarwan, who battled 32 balls for eight, trod on his stumps as he went too far back trying to nudge to leg side.

In the next over, Lara feathered a leg glance into the gloves of wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal. The star left-hander, who hit a fine 153 in the first innings, left without scoring.

Chanderpaul also fell for a duck but was unlucky to be given out by David Shepherd as he missed a pull. The West Indies skipper appeared to have been hit outside off stump.

Smith and Wavell Hinds briefly repaired the damage of 56 for four, but Kaneria's fourth wicket cut Smith short and virtually floored the home team's chances.

The left-hander, who batted soundly for 142 minutes in compiling 49, edged a straighter ball to Akmal. Smith lashed seven boundaries.

Razzaq removed Hinds to a second slip catch late in the day to leave the West Indies needing a miracle or weather intervention to avoid defeat on Tuesday's fifth and final day.

Pakistan, trailing by 30 on first innings earlier in the day, stretched its overnight 223 for four to 309 before being bowled out just after lunch.

Inzamam, unbeaten 64 overnight, remained defiant in an unbeaten 117 that spanned 194 balls and four hours. The burly right-hander, dropped on day three from the first ball he faced, was caught behind off a Reon King no-ball when 92.

But the 35-year-old went on to his fourth century against the West Indies, smacking 14 boundaries along the way.

Inzamam and Shahid Afridi carried their fifth wicket stand to 73 as the visitors threatened to take command. Afridi aggressively motored to a run-a-ball 43 before the introduction of Best brought rewards for the West Indies.

First ball from Best, Afridi chipped to midwicket where Smith held an easy catch.

Best inspired a spirited West Indian fightback as five wickets went down for 28 runs.

Razzaq was bowled while Akmal edged behind as he tried to upper cut.

King chipped in with the wicket of Rana Naved, bowled off the inside edge as he tried to attack through the off side.

Inzamam completed his century with two wickets standing, clipping his 163rd delivery to fine leg for his 12th boundary.

The Pakistan skipper was quickly running out of partners and Best soon grabbed his fourth wicket at 295 for nine as Ahmed edged to wicketkeeper Browne.

Inzamam added 14 for the last wicket with Danish Kaneria before Collymore removed the last man for his 11th wicket in the match.

Kaneria fended a bouncer into the off side where Collymore ran through to pouch a fine catch low down.
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Kaneria, right, celebrates one of his four victims.

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Credit goes to Inzamam. He showed brilliant maturity to drive his team to this position. After setting WI 280 odd-he kept pressure on the WI batsmen. At one stage he had 5 slips even. Also had faith in Danesh and has been reward with the position they are in now. In fact, they could get a couple of wickets if bad light hadn't stopped the game. Hopefully Pakistan can level the series tomorrow.
Again for Inzamam- another Test century that won them the match, he played with exceptional patience and paced his innings nicely.
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Old June 7, 2005, 11:35 AM
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Pakistan level series with big win.

Pakistan won by 136 runs

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An easy win for Pakistan. WI just couldnt recover fromt Kanerias attack.
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