England’s team in the first innings of two cricket Test matches between Pakistan and England in England is out of 184 in their first innings.
Mohammad Ali and Mohammad Abbas performed a good bowling while getting four, four wickets, while Mohammad Amir and Fahim Ashraf took one, one out.
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England beat Alter Cook with 70 runs.
England won the toss and decided to bat first when Easter Cook and Mark Steinman started the innings. The first success of Pakistan was found when Mohammad Abbas pushed Mark Steinman to a 12-run score. He could only make four runs.
On the overall score of 33, Pakistan got second success at the time when Hassan Ali bowled for the wicket by Sarfraz Ahmad, who made four wickets for four runs.
After being scored on the third wicket of 43, David Milan made six runs and Hassan Ali became the second wicket.
Fahim Ashraf pushed Juni Beeristo to the 100-run score after the break of the day, he made 27 runs.
Mohammad Aamir bowled Cook to the 70-over Individual score, England’s proposed score was 150.
Ben Stokes made Mohammad Abbas the second wicket by 38 runs. In his next over, Hasan Ali got out of the batsman, Asad Shafiq took a good catch in the second slip.
Mohammad Abbas, who was out to score his first match for five, was dismissed by Mohammad Abbas. In the same over, England scored 180 runs when Stuart Broad was out to score LB on zero.
In the next over, Hasan Ali dismissed Markwood and scored England innings on 184 runs.
Earlier toss, Joe Root, England’s captain, said that pitch conditions are favorable for bowling but it will dry over time.
England’s 20-year-old Sniper Dom Base, who is playing his first international test match, has been featured in the Chris Vaccs team.
On the other side, Pakistan has hit the field with four fast bowlers.
England team: Easter Cook, Joe Root, David Mullan, Junie Bearsist, Ben Stokes, Jose Butler, Markwood, Dom Base, Stewart Broad and James Anderson.
Pakistan team: Azhar Ali, Imam ul Haq, Harris Sohail, Asad Shafiq, Babar Azam, Sarfraz Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Fahim Ashraf, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali and Mohammad Abbas.
Till now, 81 Test matches have been played between Pakistan and England, 24 England and 20 Pakistan won, while 37 remaining matches ended without results.