The second ODI win confirmed the Pakistan the ODI series as they outclassed the young West Indies side by 120 runs and Mohammed Nawaz bagged four wickets.
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first as they posted 276 although at one time they were looking to get 350 but the visitors did well to restrict them.
Babar Azam and Iman-ul-Haq scoring 77 and 72 to make sure they give a par score for the visitors to chase as they both put the partnership of 120 runs for the second wicket.
Babar Azam became the first batter to achieve the fest of scoring three consecutive centuries in one-day international and was looking good to get the fourth to become the second man after Kumar Sangakkhara but he was dismissed for 77.
Pakistan won the first ODI by 5 wickets and second ODI by 120 runs are looking strong to do a clean sweep of the series and we may see few changes in the final match on Sunday to try the bench as some players struggled to score the runs freely.
Pakistan has won now 10 consecutive ODI series again the West indies.