TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: FAMILIAR STRUGGLE* - EntornoInteligente

Trinidad Express / ROSEAU   Roston Chase extended his rich vein of form with a half-century but West Indies squandered opportunities to put the squeeze on Pakistan, on the third day of the decisive third Test at Windsor Park yesterday. Replying to Pakistan’s first innings of 376, West Indies closed on 218 for five, still requiring a further 158 runs to overhaul their target. The right-handed Chase was at the centre of the Windies effort, carving out a fluent 60 before being forced to retire hurt when he was struck on the right hand by a delivery from pacer Mohammad Amir, in the second over following the final drinks break of the day. He was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital for x-rays but the extent of the injury is not yet known. Chase, who gathered a half-century in the Sabina Park first Test and a hundred in the second Test in Barbados, has so far faced 129 deliveries and counted five boundaries. He got support from left-handed opener Kieran Powell who once again got a start but failed to carry on with 31, while Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope chipped in with 29 apiece. Become a subscriber to the Trinidad Express Newspapers for access to all our articles via our vNEWS. Subscribe to vNews | Log-In to vNews TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: FAMILIAR STRUGGLE*

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