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Star Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali has turned out to be just the fourth Pakistan to score a triple century in a Test coordinate on the second day as Pakistan took finish control of the first Test against West Indies.

The hosts continued their innings from the overnight 279 for 1 and Azhar Ali proceeded with the frame, scoring 302 undefeated runs. The main batsmen to have lost their wickets today were Asad Shafiq, who scored 67 keeps running off 119 balls, and Babar Azam, who scored 69 keeps running off 105 balls.

Misbahul Haq likewise contributed with unbeaten 29 keeps running off 38 balls.

Sami Aslam was the first to go yesterday, materializing his hundred falling only 10 runs shy of his first in Test cricket. Babar Azam is batting alongside Azhar. He has scored 23 runs so distant 41 balls with the assistance of two limits.