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Chase races to West Indies rescue against Pakistan

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados: Roston Chase saved the West Indies from complete collapse with an unbeaten 70 as the home side reached 166 for six at tea on the opening day of the second Test at Kensington Oval on Sunday. Despite a surface offering very little assistance to the faster bowlers, the Caribbean team lost another three wickets in an afternoon session that produced 94 runs off 27 overs. Opening bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Abbas added to their new ball successes from the morning’s play while debutant Shadab Khan…