Leg-spinner Yasir picked up 6/63 as West Indies were dismissed for just 152 in their second innings after resuming on 93/4 on the final day at
Misbah was rewarded for his bold decision to bowl first after winning the toss last Friday.
Though West Indies made what appeared a respectable 286 in their first innings, it did not prove enough once
“The bowlers did well, especially (Mohammad) Amir in the first innings and Yasir, especially in the second innings getting six on a still battable pitch,” Misbah said in an on-field interview.
The 42-year-old Misbah also added that he had no plans to reconsider his decision to retire after the current series.
“I have always said if you are not enjoying, you need to go. I am not the kind of person who lingers on. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the boys.”
It was a match of fine individual Pakistan performances, with fast bowler Amir taking 6/44 in the first innings, his best return since 2010, while Yasir was similarly impressive in the second innings, picking up the Man-of-the-Match award.
Younis Khan became the first
“Not enough runs in the first innings,” he said. “Lost early wickets again in the second innings. Yasir Shah did bowl well, but we could have batted a lot better.”
Holder, however, said he retained full confidence in his team.
One bright spot for him was the performance of Kieran Powell, who scored 33 and 49 in his first Test in nearly three years.