Pakistan downed a depleted West Indies side by 143 runs in the first of three Twenty20s in Karachi on Sunday.
In the first international match in the city for nine years, green shirts lethal bowling attack blow away the Carribean batting line-up for only 60 runs.
Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Nawaz and Shoaib Malik got two wickets each.
Debutant Hussain Talat top scored with 41 as the hosts racked up 203-5 in the first bilateral series to be played in the country since May 2015.
The second match is slated to start at 7:30 pm. Pakistan team is expected to remain unchanged. West Indies bowler Veerasammy Permaul ruled out of the remaining games after suffering an ankle injury during the opening match.
Previously, the hosts’ biggest victory in T20s was a 102-run win against Bangladesh in Karachi in 2008, after scoring 203-5.