Pakistan all out for 202 in the second test on day 2 against England in Multan on Saturday, conceding a first-innings lead of 79 on day two of the contest.
Babar Azam (75) and Saud Shakeel (63) scored half-centuries for the home side. Left-arm spinner Jack Leach was the pick of the English bowlers claiming 4-98.
England, on their first test tour of Pakistan since 2005, won the series opener in Rawalpindi by 74 runs. England spinner Jack Leach dismissed Pakistan’s middle-order batsman Saud Shakeel for his 100th Test wicket.
After Robinson broke the 91-run third-wicket partnership between Babar Azam and Saud Shakeel, Pakistan’s innings never recovered. Faheem Ashraf was the final Pakistani hitter to be struck out, scoring 22 runs in only 31 balls. Leach, who recorded figures of 4-98, was England’s preferred bowler. Each Mark Wood and Joe Root took two wickets.
Remember that on the first day of the second Test, England was bowled for 281 in the first innings. Abrar Ahmed, a debutant from Pakistan, bowled well against England on Friday, taking seven wickets. The 24-year-old, who goes by the nickname “Harry Potter” among his mates because of his glasses, worked his own brand of magic to finish with a score of 7-114.
After winning the first Test in Rawalpindi by a score of 74 runs, England, who are on their first tour of Pakistan since 2005, are up 1-0 in the three-match series.
At the end of the day, the England team scored 202 runs for 5 by giving the lead of 281 runs. Ben Stokes and Harry brook are standing on the crease. Ben stokes scored 16 runs on 25 balls while Harry Brook scored 74 runs on 108 runs.