275/8 (50)
155/10 (32.2)
PAK won by 120 runs.
Player of the match: Mohammad Nawaz
Considering how West Indies played in the first match, it was supposed to be a close contest, but in stark contrast to everyone's expectation, the visitors failed to put on a strong show with the bat. This loss is hard to swallow for Nicholas Pooran and West Indies. And things only get difficult for them as they have to recover quickly from this brutal beating and face the same opposition at the same venue in two days time.

Let's see what happens in the final ODI on Sunday, but for now, this is Pragadeesh signing off on behalf of my fellow colleague, Raghav. Goodnight 
Babar Azam: The wicket was double-paced and I thought we were 15-20 runs short. We wanted to build partnerships and unfortunately, there was a run-out. We saved Khushdil in the end as everyone know what he can do at the back end. Nawaz bowled superbly and his breakthroughs were so important for us to cross the line
Nicholas Pooran: It was a tough day for us. We bowled very well in the first 45 overs and gave too many in the next five overs. May be 15-20 runs extra. The guys are inexperienced and we will learn from it. We can't get everything right, so we will learn with more games we play. Nawaz bowled extremely well, I know it's a challenging wicket but Nawaz keeps picking wickets. The batters didn't give a wicket. In the first game we put 200+ partnerships but today we couldn't do it
Player of the Match, Mohammad Nawaz: Today's pitch helped me. The main focus was to do the basics and bowl at the right places, the pitch would do the job. The way I got out, I had got the idea of how to bowl here. Yes, it was easier for finger spinner to bowl here because of the arm deliveries. Even Shadab managed to turn the ball well after the first couple of overs. I am glad that the team can trust me as an all rounder.
Pakistan (275-8, 50 overs) beat West Indies (155-10 32.2 overs) by 120 runs

Babar Azam 77(95) | Shamarh Brooks 42 (56)
Mohammad Nawaz 10-0-19-4 | Akeal Hosein 10-0-52-3

A commanding victory for the hosts as they dismantled West Indies by 120 runs to seal the series. Powerplay belongs to Pakistan and the rest belongs to Mohammad Nawaz as he bowled magnificently to cause the damage in the middle period and eventually registered his career-best figures of 10-0-19-4

The in-form Shai Hope was dismissed in the first over, but Mayers and Brooks took on the Pakistan seamers inside the powerplay and played some lovely shots. The boundaries were coming in every over, and at one point it seemed, the Pakistan bowlers had no clue on how to stop the run flow. But Mohammad Wasim Jr. stepped in and got rid of the dangerous Kyle Mayers in the 10th over.

Soon after, Babar was sensible in bowling the spinners from both ends after the powerplay and he was rewarded for his decision. Mohammad Nawaz removed Brandon King with a peach of a delivery and it seemed Brooks and Pooran were building a partnership. But instantly after the drinks break, Nawaz got the better of Brooks before getting Pooran and Powell in the same over, much to the delight of the crowd.

The pitch suddenly behaved like a subcontinent Day 5 Test match wicket as there was a lot of turn and bounce in every delivery and the West Indies tailenders found it hard to negotiate. In the end, Pakistan steamrolled West Indies and get another 10 World Cup Super League points.
32.2 Mohammad Wasim Jr to Anderson Phillip, CLEANED HIM UP! PAKISTAN WIN! Full and on off, Phillip couldn't bring his bat down on time as Wasim manages to knock down the off stump and send Pakistan home!
32.1 Mohammad Wasim Jr to Akeal Hosein, back of a length and wide of off, steered to point for a single
Just one wicket away now
154 /9 score
cricket bat icon Akeal Hosein *
13 (21)
cricket bat icon Anderson Phillip
1 (2)
cricket ball icon Shadab Khan
2 /40
31.6 Shadab Khan to Akeal Hosein, on length and outside off, slashed away to deep midwicket for a single
31.5 Shadab Khan to Akeal Hosein, FOUR LEG BYES! Length delivery on leg, turning in and just clipping the pads and racing away to the fine leg fence
31.4 Shadab Khan to Anderson Phillip, length delivery on fifth stump , turning in, worked away to deep midwicket for a single
31.3 Shadab Khan to Anderson Phillip, full and outside off, Phillip comes forward to block the ball but he is beaten
A slip and a leg slip in place

Anderson Philip, RHB, walks in at no.11
31.2 Shadab Khan to Hayden Walsh, OUT! Walsh reviews! Length delivery on off, turning in, Walsh is drawn forward but the ball goes past the inside edge and traps Walsh in front.

The ultraedge shows that no bat was involved. Pitching outside off, impact in line and the wickets are just clipping, within umpire's call. West Indies retain the review but lose the 9th wicket.

Hayden Walsh lbw b Shadab Khan 1 (3b 0x4 0x6)
31.1 Shadab Khan to Akeal Hosein, length delivery on off, whipped away to long on for a single
Wasim ends Joseph's struggle instantly after the second drinks break. It's just a matter of time for Pakistan to get a dramatic win and seal the series
146 /8 score
cricket bat icon Akeal Hosein *
10 (18)
cricket bat icon Hayden Walsh
1 (1)
cricket ball icon Mohammad Wasim
2 /32
30.6 Mohammad Wasim Jr to Hayden Walsh, full and on off, driven to cover, no run