Babar Azam the pakistan opener missed a maiden hundred by three runs as Pakistan trounced the West Indies by 82 runs in the second Twenty20 international in Karachi on Monday, taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Mohammad Amir took 3-22 as the West Indies were dismissed for 123 in 19.2 overs, the second-biggest margin of defeat in T20 internationals.The West Indies showed more resistance on Monday as Chadwick Walton hit two sixes and four boundaries during his 29-ball 40 and added 39 for the second wicket with the experienced Marlon Samuels who made 12.It was another disappointing performance," said Mohammed. "We tried to set aggressive fields to try and get early wickets. It's difficult at times. Hopefully we can go home with a victory.