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In The First Test, The Batsmen Turned The Tide On The Hard Work Of The National Bowlers

In The First Test, The Batsmen Turned The Tide On The Hard Work Of The National Bowlers

Manchester (News Mag Friday 7 August 2020) in the second innings on the third day of the first Test match played at Manchester United game at the end of Pakistan ‘s 8-wicket loss overall lead of 137 runs while has made 244 runs. 

The first Test of the series against Pakistan is being played at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. England’s entire team piled on 219 runs and 107 runs lead to Pakistan at the beginning of the team’s second-inning game classic innings of 156 runs in the first inning when he tossed the Shan Masood by Butler to zero in the second inning Caught out.

Opening batsman Abid Ali tried to play cautious innings but lost his wicket for 20 runs in an attempt to play an aggressive stroke on the ball of Dom Base.

Opener Abid Ali also got a new lease of life when he dropped a catch by Ben Stokes for an individual score of 7 runs. Babar Azam played 20 balls and scored only five runs and then caught Ben Stokes on the ball of Vokes.

The fourth wicket fell to Azhar Ali, who became LBW on the ball of Vokes.

Earlier, England started their incomplete innings with 92 runs for 4 wickets on the third day. Oli Pope and Jose Butler began their innings, Oli Pope batted responsibly and completed a half-century, but Naseem Shah ended their resistance at 62 runs.

After Ole Pope’s return to the pavilion, wicketkeeper-batsman Jose Butler kept the Pakistani bowlers busy.

Still, Yasir Shah ended his innings at 38, after which Dominic Base came on the field, and after scoring just one run, the pavilion Went back England’s eighth wicket also fell on a total score of 170, and Chris Vokes scored 19 runs and was bowled clean by Yasir Shah.

England loss its 9th wicket in the form of Joffre Archer who scored 16 runs and was caught by Muhammad Rizwan on the ball of Shadab Khan while the last out was James Anderson who scored 7 runs and Shadab Khan. LBW on the ball.

Other batsmen included Rory Burns (4), Dominic Sibley (8), Joe Root (14) and Ben Stokes (no runs).

Yasir Shah was the most successful bowler for the Russian Cobra Pakistan who led four wickets for 66 runs in 18 overs while Muhammad Abbas and Shadab Khan took 2.2 wickets each.

Fast bowlers Shaheen Shah Afridi and Naseem Shah managed to get one out each. Earlier, Pakistan managed to score 326 runs in the first innings thanks to Shaun Masood’s record-breaking innings.


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Shan Masood Babr Azam innings and 156 runs in 69 games while out. For England, Stuart Broad and Joffra Archer took 3 wickets each while Chris Vokes took 2 wickets.

At the end of the second day, the Pakistani bowlers got off to a great start, allowing one of the English batsmen to run and sent four of their players back to the pavilion for 92 runs. Dom Sibley (8), Rory Burns (4), Ben Stokes (0) and captain Joe Root (14) were the visitors.

Azhar Ali leads the Pakistan team. It consists of Abid Ali, Shaun Masood, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Abbas, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Naseem Shah.

Leading the English team are Root, while other players include Dom Sibley, Rory Burns, Ben Stokes, Oli Pope, Jose Butler, Dominic Bess, Stuart Broad, Chris Vokes, Joffre Archer and James Anders

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