St Kitts: Having scored only two Test hundreds since January 2010, Pakistan scored two in one innings in setting themselves up perfectly for a series-levelling win in the second Test against West Indies in Basseterre. Taufeeq Umar's fifth Test hundred - nearly eight years after his last - and Misbah-ul-Haq's third set a dispirited West Indies 427 to win.
It was never remotely realistic and by the close Abdur Rehman had depleted spirits further with a relentless spell. Rehman took three wickets to leave West Indies down, almost out at 130 for 5; Darren Bravo's 50 was solitary defiance.
Pakistan were formidably placed overnight for events of today to be no great surprise. Attention as the day began was on Umar and the three runs he needed to reach his hundred. It took him three overs to get his first run and not until the seventh over of the morning did he get there, with a little dink to square leg.