Jamaica: Pakistan beat West Indies by 6 wickets in the third ODI in Guyana on Tuesday to seal a 2-1 series victory. Shoaib Malik cracked an unbeaten century for Pakistan to guide his team surpass the target of 233 with 41 balls to spare and 6 wickets remaining.
West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and opted to bat. Half-centuries from Jason Mohammad (59) and Shai Hope (71) had helped West Indies post 233 for nine.
Mohammad Amir, Junaid Khana and spinner Shadab Khan took 2 wickets each for Pakistan.
Chasing the victory target of 237, Pakistan suffered early blows and were put on the backfoot by West Indies bowlers with 36/3.
The fourth wicket stand of 113 runs between Mohammad Hafeez (81) and Shoaib Malik (101*) took the match waway from West Indies.
Malik hits two sixes and ten fours in his unbeaten century. Shannon Gabriel took 2 wickets for West Indies.
West Indies - 233 for 9 (Hope 71, Mohammed 59)
Pakistan - 236 for 4 (Malik 101*, Hafeez 81)
Result - Pakistan won by six wickets