Pakistan beat West Indies to square Test series

Second Test, St Kitts (day five):
Pakistan 272 & 377-6 dec beat West Indies 223 & 230 by 196 runs
Match scorecard
Abdur Rehman
Abdur Rehman finished with 4-65 to add to his two first innings wickets

Pakistan completed a 196-run victory over West Indies in St Kitts to square the two-Test series at 1-1.

Resuming at 130-5 in pursuit of an unlikely 427, the Windies lost Brendan Nash in the third over of the morning with only five runs added.

Skipper Darren Sammy hit 41 from 51 balls and Ravi Rampaul blasted two sixes in 20 but the Windies were all out before lunch for 230.

Before the Tests, Pakistan captured the one-day international series 3-2.

Pakistan now head to Ireland to play two one-day internationals at Stormont, with the first game on Saturday - while the West Indies will host India during June and early July.

That tour, featuring three Tests and five one-day internationals, begins with a Twenty20 international in Trinidad on 4 June.