Pakistan won day-night Test match against West Indies by 56 runs at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
A draw had seemed likely before Darren got out, caught and bowled by Yasir Shah, after scoring 116 off 249 balls. He struck 10 fours and a four in his gritty knock.
Darren and captain Jason Holder, who remained not out on 40 off 127 balls, frustrated all efforts of Misbah & Co for 30 overs.
Bravo kept Pakistan s victory bid on hold during his resistance-filled 410-minute long 116 and it needed leg-spinner Yasir Shah to make a stunning two-handed catch to end his innings.
West Indies were finally bowled for 289 with just 12 over left in the match.
Paceman Mohammad Amir finished with 3-63 and Shah took 2-113.
The match was a good advertisement for Test cricket as it had a triple hundred (302 not out) by Azhar Ali, 8-49 by leg-spinner Bishoo and two fighting knocks by Bravo.
Pakistan 1st innings: 579 dec (Azhar Ali 302, Sami Aslam 90; D Bishoo 2-125)
West Indies 1st innings: 357 all-out (D Bravo 87, M Samuels 76; Yasir 5-121)
Pakistan 2nd innings: 123 all-out (Sami Aslam 44; D Bishoo 8-49)
West Indies 2nd innings: 289 all –out (D Bravo 116, Johnson 47 ; Mohammad Aamir 3-63)
Series – Pakistan led the 3-match series 1-0
Player of the match – Azhar Ali (Pakistan)
Umpires – RK Illingworth (England) and PR Reiffel (Australia)
TV umpire – MA Gough (England)
Match referee – JJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire – Shozab Raza (Pakistan)