Jayden Seales, the 19-year-old West Indies pacer, took the third wicket against Pakistan, that of Imran Butt, to ram home the hosts’ advantage on day one of their second Test at Sabina Park. The morning began in extraordinary fashion, with Abid Ali falling on the third ball of the innings, followed by Azhar Ali within three overs and finally Butt right at the end of the fourth, leaving the tourists 2-3 and staring down the barrel before the game had really begun. West Indies took a 1-0 series lead into the contest thanks to an enthralling chase after a tight first Test match.
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Thin edge to the keeper and Imran Butt falls to the youngster, Jayden Seales!#WIvPAK #MenInMaroon pic.twitter.com/ZZlLiLgAg5
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