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Early jolts for Pakistan

cricket Updated: May 21, 2011 00:56 IST

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West Indies picked up three wickets to push Pakistan on the back foot in the second Test here on Friday. Electing to bat first, Pakistan soon found themselves in trouble as West Indian paceman Ravi Rampaul removed opener Taufeeq Umar as early as in the eight over.

The visitors had hardly recovered from the jolt when Rampaul struck again - dismissing other opener, Mohammad Hafeez, this time, with the scorecard reading just 22. Pakistan's woes compounded when the same bowler picked up his third wicket to leave them tottering at 24 for 3. Misbah-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali guided them to lunch without any damage. Indies made two changes to the side that won the first match in Guyana. Brief scores: Pakistan 46 for 3 (Misbah 12no, Ali 12no, Rampaul 3-13).

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