Pakistan lead by 17 runs at tea against West Indies in second Test

Pakistan finally overtook West Indies' first-innings total on Tuesday, reaching 329-7 at tea on the third day of the second test to lead by 17 runs after a mini-collapse.
Playing in his penultimate test, the 42-year-old Misbah-ul-Haq was dismissed on 99, after also falling a run short of his century in the test opener when he ran out of partners. He is retiring from test cricket at the end of the three-match series.
The Pakistan captain may have been unsettled by an optimistic lbw review by Jason Holder immediately before his dismissal. The ball was going far too high over the stumps but Holder's next delivery did the trick. Misbah withdrew his bat and tried to leave well alone but instead offered an easy looping catch to Shai Hope at second slip.
Azhar Ali was the first to go after lunch, caught behind off Devendra Bishoo in a 278-ball 105, making it 259-4.
Misbah was next and Shannon Gabriel's pace then forced Sarfraz Ahmed (9) into a well-taken slip catch by Kieran Powell. Asad Shafiq (15 off 66 balls) went off the last ball before tea, lbw to Holder, leaving Shadab Khan (0) at the crease.
Bishoo has 3-103, with a pair of wickets for both Holder and Gabriel.
Pakistan, which has lost its last three wickets for 13 runs, scored 103 in the afternoon session making up for the morning's display.
Pakistan reached 226-3 at lunch, adding only 54 off 26 overs after resuming overnight on 172-3 in reply to the West Indies total of 312.
Pakistan won the first test by seven wickets and is chasing its first-ever series win in the Caribbean.-Agencies