Lloyd, the West Indies team manager, watched helplessly as West Indies slumped to a 3-0 series defeat by losing the final Test by 10 wickets in Karachi. It was the first time West Indies had suffered a whitewash since England's 3-0 triumph over them in 1928.
More worryingly for both Lloyd and Malcolm Marshall, the coach, was the margin of scorelines during the series - they lost by an innings at both Peshawar and Rawalpindi before slipping to their comprehensive defeat in Karachi. West Indies have now won just two of their last eight Tests. "It has gone from bad to worse," Lloyd said. "The guys did not put up their best and now it's up to the [West Indian] Board to rethink seriously for the coming series against England."
Pakistan wrapped up the match, with Wasim Akram, the captain, taking three wickets in six balls in less than an hour's play of the fourth day to seal the Test victory. Resuming at 198 for 7, West Indies avoided the third innings defeat in a row but lost Franklyn Rose in the fourth over after he edged to Moin Khan, the wicketkeeper, attempting a leg glance.
The Pakistan skipper then took two further wickets in his next over to wrap up the tourists' innings for 212, yorking the West Indies captain Courtney Walsh and trapping Mervyn Dillon leg before. It left Pakistan a simple victory target of 12.
Fourth day; West Indies won toss
WEST INDIES - First Innings 216 (S L Campbell 50; Saqlain Mushtaq 5-54).
PAKISTAN - First Innings 417 (Aamir Sohail 160, Ijaz Ahmed 151; M Dillon 5-111; C A Walsh 4-74).
WEST INDIES - Second Innings
(Overnight: 198 for 7)
I R Bishop not out 6
F A Rose c Moin Khan b Wasim Akram 5
*C A Walsh b Wasim Akram 0
M Dillon lbw b Wasim Akram 4
Extras (b7 lb2 nb5) 14
Total (52.4 overs) 212
Fall (cont): 8-207 9-208.
Bowling: Wasim Akram 16.4-7-42-4; Waqar Younis 6-0-31-2; Azhar Mahmood 3-0-32-0; Mushtaq Ahmed 8-0-72-0; Saqlain Mushtaq 19-9-26-4.
PAKISTAN - Second Innings
Mohammad Wasim not out 0
Azhar Mahmood not out 13
Extras (nb2) 2
Total (for 0) 15
Bowling: Walsh 3-0-11-0; Rose 2-0-4-0.
Pakistan win series 3-0.
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