Pakistan selectors on Wednesday picked 18-year-old leg-spinner Shadab Khan among five uncapped test players for the three-match series against the West Indies.
The first of the three-Test series against the West Indies begins in Jamaica on April 21, followed by a Test in Barbados on April 30.
Pakistan Test captain Misbahul Haq on Thursday announced his retirement from the worldwide cricket.
Pakistan medium pacer Hasan Ali bowled a tight spell and got good support from the rest of the attack to restrict the West Indies to 124/8, after the visitors won the toss and elected to field at the Queen's Park Oval.
"There was no pressure on me".
"There were many hardships in my career but for now I am focusing on the present".
Ahmed said non-sub-continental teams do struggle against leg-spinners and Pakistan should take advantage of it in the upcoming one-day and test series against the West Indies.
Misbah announces retirement at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium.
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"But that didn't happen, and [the wish] remained a wish", the outgoing Test captain, who retired from one-day cricket after the 2015 World Cup, said.
In 2016, Misbah also became the first Pakistani to play 50 matches as Test captain in a Test series against New Zealand. It is true that his dip in form coincided with the team's string of losses in Test matches but one should bear in mind that it was him who led the team to the number one ranking previous year.
Misbah has led Pakistan with a steely determination and unflappable temperament since 2010 when he was appointed in the wake of the 2010 spot-fixing scandal.
"I felt disappointed with some bad performances recently, but we shouldn't giving up hope and efforts towards the good". "A cricketer should have fitness and passion for playing and if now he thinks it is the right time for him to give up global cricket then it is good", he said.
Reiterating the importance of the West Indies tour, Misbah said the team strives to win every match it plays and praised his side's Test batting line-up.
To a question, Misbah said he had not yet planned whether he would be joining the cricket board in future.
Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram speaking to Geo News said Misbah should be given a deserving farewell. I enjoyed it a lot and I am very satisfied with whatever I did.
"Obviously, we just can not afford to overlook the tremendous services rendered by Misbah".