He also praised West Indies players for their performance on the tour thus far.
“He will lead by example. He's someone who will put a price on his wicket, he's a person who will give 100 per cent at all times," quoted the assistant coach.
West Indies bowlers came back to dismiss three top-order batsmen to leave the Pakistani side on the back foot at the end of the day's play.
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