Kingston: Pakistan were 201 for four replying to the West Indies first innings total of 286 at stumps on the third day of the rain-affected first Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday.
Younis Khan became the first Pakistan batsman to score 10,000 test runs on Sunday, reaching the milestone against West Indies in the opening match of his farewell international series.
Younis Khan scored 58 while Babar Azam scored 72 as Pakistan reached 201 for four wickets at the end of third day play.
West Indies were bowled out for 286 in their first innings early on the third day.
West Indies had resumed at 278 for nine before Mohammad Amir wrapped up the innings by dismissing Shannon Gabriel. Amir finished with figures of 6-44. West Indies skipper Jason.3 Holder remained not out batsman on 57.
Play got underway 90 minutes later than scheduled on the third day of the rain-hit first Test.
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