Yasir Shah finished with the figures of 4 for 86    Getty Images
Yasir Shah finished with the figures of 4 for 86 Getty Images

West Indies were bowled out for 224 in their first innings on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah finished with 4 for 86 helping Pakistan gain a 228 lead in the first innings but Misbah-ul-Haq still did not enforce the follow-on. Resuming at 106-4 West Indies lost their last six wickets for 118 runs. Left-arm paceman Rahat Ali grabbed 3-45. Pakistan lead the three-match series 1-0 after winning the first Test in Dubai by 56 runs. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: Pakistan vs West Indies, 2nd Test at Abu Dhabi

Jason Holder (31) and Shannon Gabriel (13) frustrated Pakistan with a 27-run last wicket stand before Shah took the final wicket of Gabriel, caught at mid-on to end the innings. Shah also had Roston Chase (22) and Shai Hope (11) after lunch while fast bowler Sohail Khan had Miguel Cummins (three) to finish with 2-35. Resuming at 106-4, West Indies lost overnight batsman Jermaine Blackwood in the seventh over of the day when he edged Rahat to wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed after scoring just eight. Chase and nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo both escaped lbw calls but Sohail had the last laugh as he clean bowled Bishoo for 20, leaving West Indies struggling at 144-6.

Earlier, West Indies were in danger of facing follow-on as they crawled to 151-6 at lunch on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Roston Chase was unbeaten on 11 and with him Shai Hope one not out as West Indies still trail Pakistan s first innings total of 452 by 301 runs with four wickets in hand. They need another 102 runs to avoid follow-on but with Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch still not responsive to spinners it is unlikely Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq will ask West Indies to bat again. Left-arm paceman Rahat Ali was the best Pakistani bowler with 3-45 but leg-spinner Yasir Shah has only one wicket and fellow spinner Zulfiqar Babar is yet to dismiss a batsman. Resuming at 106-4, West Indies lost overnight batsman Jermaine Blackwood in the seventh over of the day when he edged Rahat to wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed after scoring just eight.

Left-arm Chase and nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo were lucky to avert two umpiring decisions, one each by Englishmen Richard Illingworth and Michael Gough. Illingworth gave Chase leg-before off fast bowler Sohail Khan on seven while Gough declared Bishoo leg-before off Zulfiqar Babar on 17. But Sohail had the last laugh when he clean bowled Bishoo for 20, leaving West Indies struggling at 144-6. Pakistan leads the three-match series 1-0 on account of their 56-run win in the first Test a day-night affair. West Indies, resuming on 106-4, were 151-6 at lunch on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.