DUBAI: Pakistan declared their first innings at 579-3 after opener Azhar Ali knocked his maiden triple hundred on day two of the first day-night Test against West Indies in Dubai on friday.
Ali remained unbeaten on a 645-minute vigil of 302 — fourth to score a triple hundred in Tests from his country – after Pakistan resumed the day on 279-1 at Dubai stadium.
Misbah-ul-Haq remained 29 not out while Babar Azam made 69 and Asad Shafiq scored 67.
For West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo finished with 125.
This is only the second ever day-night match in Test cricket’s 140-year-old history after Australia and New Zealand featured in the first in Adelaide last year.
— ICC (@ICC) October 14, 2016