Opener Azhar Ali was dominant on 85 as Pakistan crawled to 169 for dual on a rain-affected initial day of a series-deciding third exam opposite West Indies in Dominica on Wednesday.
A preference by West Indies captain Jason Holder to send Pakistan in to bat backfired, as a visitors mislaid usually one early wicket, Shan Masood for nine, during Windsor Park in Roseau.
The usually other wicket to tumble was Babar Azam for 55.
Younus Khan, in his 118th and final test, was not out 10 during stumps. Younus perceived a ensure of honour from West Indies players as he walked to a double and proceeded to make a delayed start, confronting 44 balls and still watchful for his initial boundary.
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is also personification his final test.
Azhar batted all day, confronting 219 balls in an stubborn knock, inching within steer of his 14th exam century. He strike dual sixes and 7 fours.
West Indies bowlers toiled diligently, and during slightest could take some condolence from gripping a run-rate low on a day when usually 69 overs were probable due to rain.
Paceman Alzarri Joseph and off-spinner Roston Chase took one wicket each, while quick bowler Shannon Gabriel was economical, conceded 32 runs in 19 overs.
Pakistan done dual changes from a group that mislaid a second test, bringing in gait bowler Hasan Ali for leg-spinner Shadab Khan, with Masood replacing Ahmed Shehzad.
West Indies were unvaried for a compare after they pulled off a startling 106-run feat in a second exam in Barbados following a seven-wicket detriment in a initial diversion in Jamaica.
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