Pakistan out for 407, leads West Indies by 121 in 1st test

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) Pakistan led the West Indies by 121 runs after the first innings to be in control of the first test at tea on the fourth day Monday.

Pakistan was dismissed for 407 and captain Misbah-ul-Haq left undefeated on 99.

No. 11 batsman Mohammad Abbas, on debut, held out for more than 10 overs. Misbah, in the meantime, moved from 68 to the cusp of his 11th test century, only for Abbas to be out leg before wicket to Roston Chase on 1.