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West Indies, overnight 130-5 and chasing an improbable target of 427, were bowled out for 230. Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, later named Man of the Series for his 17 wickets over both Tests, grabbed three wickets to help secure the win. Ajmal finished with 3-79 while left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman added one more to his three on Monday to end with 4-65.
The home teamís hopes were dealt a severe blow in the dayís third over when Brendan Nash fell to Ajmal. The left-hander failed to add to his overnight 30, edging to slip where man of the Match Taufeeq Umar collected his fifth catch of the match.
Captain Darren Sammy and wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh fought back gamely in a stand of 36 before Rehman struck. Baugh, after compiling 18 off 59 balls, was finally given out leg-before by umpire Asoka de Silva after Pakistan sought the Decision Review System.
The lower order provided further resistance as Sammy, Kemar Roach and Ravi Rampaul played positively. Sammy cracked six fours in 41 off 51 deliveries before he tried to on-drive Ajmal and chipped a catch to midwicket. Rampaul swatted two fours and two sixes off Rehman But was out to a fine catch from Umar Akmal off Ajmal.
Brief scores: Pak 272 and 377/6 decl (T Umar 135, Misbah not out 102, A Ali 53; Bishoo 2/149, Roach 1/58, Rampaul 1/87, Sammy 1/64) beat West Indies 223 and 230 (D Bravo 50, D Sammy 41, B Nash 30; A Rehman 4/65, S Ajmal 3/79, T Ahmed 1/10, W Riaz 1/39) by 196 runs