Pakistan won a thrilling third and final Test with six balls to spare to clinch a first series victory in the West Indies on Sunday. It was a fitting farewell for retiring captain Misbah-ul-Haq and veteran middle-order batsman Younis Khan.
For the hosts, Roston Chase's unbeaten 101, his second hundred of the series, proved in vain as the home side, set a target of 303 at Windsor Park in Dominica, slipped to 93 for six before the lower order almost secured a dramatic draw.
The Pakistan skipper described the series win as "just incredible" after Shannon Gabriel dragged a wide delivery from Yasir Shah onto his stumps with just six balls left in the game to trigger Pakistani celebrations as the West Indies were dismissed for 202 to lose the series 2-1.
He said that he was thankful for himself, the team and all supporters of Pakistan cricket that we were able to pull it off.
Yasir Shah finished with five for 92 and a series haul of 25 wickets, the highest of his career, as he took the man of the series award.
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