Pakistan continued from where they left off on day 1 of the first Test against the West Indies in Dubai and never let go. Azhar Ali continued his superb nick when facing the pink ball and raced off to an unbeaten 302 that helped Pakistan pile up 579 at the cost of three wickets before declaring.
In response, West Indies lost Leon Johnson in the final session of the day before Kraigg Brathwaite and Darren Bravo brought curtains without much of an issue.
When play commences on day 3, West Indies would be 69/1 and behind by 510 runs.
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