SHARJAH: West Indies were all out for 337 against Pakistan on Tuesday as Kraigg Brathwaite carried the bat with an unbeaten on 142 in Sharjah.
Pakistan scored 281 runs in their first innings after winning the toss courtesy 50+ scores from opener Sami Aslam, veteran Younus Khan, captain Misbahul Haq and wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed.
However, Windies, for the the first time in the Test series, dominated Pakistan bowling attack and managed to put a 56-run lead on the board.
Brathwaite played 318 balls and hit 11 boundaries in his unbeaten 142-run innings.
For Pakistan, Wahab Riaz took a five-for while Mohammad Amir accounted for three batsmen.