Pakistan capped off the ODI series with another win over West Indies by 53 runs in Multan.
Despite a slow start to their innings on the third ODI, Pakistan beat West Indies by 53 runs in the last ODI of the series on Sunday, owing to Shadab Khan's all-round performance, which included four wickets and 86 runs in 78 balls.
For his outstanding performance with the bat and ball, the vice-captain was voted Man of the Match.
However, Pakistan’s opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq was declared as the Player of the Series.
The in-form batter scored three half centuries during the 3 ODIs played against West Indies in Multan.
Imam achieved the distinction of scoring seven consecutive half-centuries in ODIs after his half-century in the third ODI against West Indies on Sunday.