Toward the start of their last day in global cricket, Misbah and Younis had only one thing at the forefront of their thoughts: approving a triumphant note and there was only one side that stood any possibility of triumph on the last day of a retaining arrangement.
Pakistan expected to wear down whatever is left of West Indies batting on a terribly drowsy pitch when play started on day five.
As overs ticked by so did the anxiety in the West Indian camp. By twelve, they had lost three further wickets to be 73-4 at lunch. There was no possibility of them pursuing the staying 231 keeps running throughout the last two sessions left.
By tea the condition had come down to Pakistan requiring four wickets for their prime target, with 38 overs still to go.
The main obstacle that remained between a befitting sendoff for Misbah and Younis was Roston Chase, the doughty all-rounder who was the main man on either side to score more than 300 keeps running in the arrangement. Wounded as he was with the ball over and over crashing into his body, he kept the West Indies’ blurring trusts alive the length of he humanly could. Indeed, even he was gotten off an Abbas no-ball on 92, Chase achieved an awesome second century against Pakistan and additionally 402 keeps running for the arrangement.
Misbah and Younis, however, had the last chuckle as partners. Furthermore, as the last West Indian wicket went down, so did the draperies descended on sparkling professions of two of Pakistan’s most regarded sportsmen. Much obliged for the memory Misbah and Younis.