Pakistan left-arm spinner Imad Wasim grabbed 5-14 as World champion West Indies was bowled out for 115 in the first Twenty20 international today.
West Indies was reeling at 48-8 before Bravo made a battling 55 and lifted the total by combining in a 66-run ninth wicket stand with Jerome Taylor, who scored 21.
West Indies top order stumbled against Wasim, who claimed three wickets in his first two overs with the new ball and then removed Kieron Pollard and captain Carlos Brathwaite in his last over to become the first Pakistani spinner with a five-wicket haul in a Twenty20 international.
But Bravo and Taylor raised the highest ever ninth-wicket stand in a T20 international before both fell to left-arm seamer Sohail Tanvir in the last over.
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