Pakistan has ended their losing streak on the International platforms, as they have won the T20 series against West Indies in the most convincing manner.

After winning the first game by nine wickets, Sarfraz Ahmed, and his boys once again put up an excellent show, and marked a spanking win in the second game too by a margin of sixteen runs.

Second T20 highlights:

Pakistan, batting first after losing the toss, lost their first wicket in the third over itself as Samuel Badree shattered the stumps of Sharjeel Khan when the score was just four. Then came Babar Azam, and he along with opener Khalid Latif put up a 54 runstand.

Khalid (40) was very much dominant in his knock, and he faced the West Indian bowling attack with ease, before getting run out.

Shoaib Malik steadied the Pakistani ship in the middle order, and he scored 37 runs off 28 balls. It was skipper Sarfraz Ahmed's quick 46 off 32 deliveries which helped the Asian side to reach a competitive score of 160 runs.

For West Indies, Carlos Brathwaite, Dwayne Bravo, and Badree took one wickets each.

West Indies falter in chase

Chasing a decent total, The Carribeans began their proceedings with a fatal fall. They lost the wickets of Johnson Charles and Evin Lewis and Marlon Samuels when the score was just 19. Dwayne Bravo and wicketkeeper Andre Fletcher tried to stabilize the innings, but their effort went in vain.

Sunil Naraine (30 of17) showed good fighting spirit in the final overs, but it was not enough to save the sinking West Indian innings who closed at 144 runs for nine wickets.

Sohail Tanvir was the pick among the lots in the Pakistani bowlers. The pacer picked three wickets by conceding just 13 runs with an economy rate of 3.25.

Hasan Ali too picked three wickets, but the West Indian batsmen brutally punished him. Sarfraz Ahmed was the man of the match for his brisk 46 runs.

The third and final t20 in this series will be played on September 27, 2016, at the Dubai Cricket Stadium. West Indies will be trying to win this match at any cost to regain their pride.

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