Pakistan have retained the sixth position in the ICC Test rankings after a series-levelling victory in the St. Kitts Test match against the West Indies.
Abdur Rehman finished with figures of 4-65 as West Indies, resuming on 130 for five and needing to bat through the day, were bowled out for 230 before lunch.
Abdur Rehman captured 3/26 as West Indies, in pursuit of 427 for victory, slumped to 130/6 in their second innings at stumps on Day 4 of the 2nd Test.
Taufeeq Umar moved to within reach of his fifth Test hundred, and allowed Pakistan to stamp their authority on third day of the second Test against West Indies.
Pakistan's array of spinners continued their good work as West Indies reached 184/8 at stumps, replying to Pakistan's first innings total of 272 in the second Test.
Half-centuries from Azhar and Umar helped Pakistan recover from a shaky start in 2nd Test against West Indies before poor weather prompted an early close.
Teenage Barbadian opener Kraigg Brathwaite was named in the 13-man West Indies squad for the second Test against Pakistan which starts on Friday.
Pakistan will look to salvage the remainder of a tour that started with great promise when they face West Indies in the second and final Test on Friday.
Skipper Darren Sammy led his team to their first Test win in more than two years, taking five wickets as West Indies beat Pakistan by 40 runs on the 4th day.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq rescued Pakistan from a perilous 2-3 to be 80-3 at stumps on the third day of the first Test against the West Indies.