Young spinner Shadab Khan featured in a fantasy Pakistan make a big appearance as West Indies drooped to a six-wicket vanquish in the main session of the Twenty20 global arrangement at the Kensington Oval.
Shadab was given his shot subsequent to inspiring for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League and the 18-year-old asserted surprising figures of 3-7 from his four overs in Barbados on Sunday.
Skipper Carlos Brathwaite crushed 34 not out from just 27 balls, guiding the Windies from 49-6 to 111-8 from their 20 overs, however that was never going to be sufficient.
Pakistan whitewashed West Indies 3-0 in the United Arab Emirates in the most limited arrangement six months prior and guided into the lead in the four-coordinate arrangement, with Shoaib Malik making an unbeaten 38 from 29 conveyances to get the vacationers home with 17 balls to save.
Evin Lewis (10) hit Mohammad Hafeez into the stands over midwicket in the second over as Pakistan opened with turn at both finishes in the wake of winning the hurl, yet a wonderful direct hit from Ahmed Shehzad ran him out three balls later.
Marlon Samuels (7) was fairly appalling to be given out leg before to Imad Wasim before Shadab reported himself on the global stage with a first over he will always remember.
The leg-spinner caught Chadwick Walton (18) lbw with his second ball and struck again to evacuate the returning Lendl Simmons, who played on while endeavoring a breadth, for one.
He had three wickets in eight balls after Sunil Narine (1) holed out and debutant Rovman Powell likewise fell efficiently for five, so the Windies required some hearty blows from all-rounder Brathwaite to achieve three figures.
Kamran Akmal, showing up for right around three years as a pro batsman, hit a speedy 22 at the top request however neglected to go on.
Jason Holder took 2-27, including the wicket of Babar Azam (29 off 30), and Brathwaite took a steepling get off his own particular rocking the bowling alley to expel Mohammad Hafeez (5), however was clacked into by wicketkeeper Walton simultaneously.
Shoaib guided Pakistan to triumph, propelling Braithwaite over midwicket for six and hitting another three limits in an agreeable win for the voyagers.