Pakistan could not have gotten off to a better start on the first day of its first Test with West Indies.
Openers Sami Aslam and Azhar Ali put together a 215-run opening partnership and Pakistan ended day one at 279 for 1 through 90 overs.
It’s believed Aslam and Ali combined for the fourth-best opening partnership in Test history.
It also marked the use of pink ball, as the Test is being played as a day-night event.
Players on both sides complained they had a tough time seeing the ball.