Old Trafford: England defeated Pakistan in Manchester Test, the English team achieved Pakistan’s target of 277 runs. the fourth day at a loss of 7 wickets.
The first Test match of the series against Pakistan was played at Old Trafford in Manchester and England. Where on the fourth day of the game, Pakistan gave England a target of 277 runs to win.
On the fourth day of the game. The English team achieved the target of 277 runs given by the Pakistani team. at a loss of 7 wickets and won the first match of the Test series. Vokes and Jose Butler played a key role in the victory, scoring 84 and 75, respectively, while Vokes remained unbeaten.
The first wicket in the English players fell to Burns for 22 runs, Burns scored 10 runs and Muhammad Abbas made him LBW. Sable scored 36 off 114 balls but was caught by Asad Shafiq off Yasir Shah.
England’s third wicket fell on the score of 96, Naseem Shah’s ball was caught by Joe Root Babar Azam and returned to the pavilion 42 runs. Yasir Shah hit the number four player Ben Stokes, Stokes was caught by Rizwan who scored 9 runs.
The fifth wicket fell to Ole Pope for 117, who was caught by Shadab Khan off Shaheen Afridi for seven. He was followed by Joseph Butler who scored a big 75 to take the team’s total to 256. He was LBWed by Yasir Shah.
Broad scored 7 runs and became LBW at the hands of Yasir Shah. After Butler, Chris Vokes came and overwhelmed. he played. smoky unbeaten innings off 120 balls and scored 84 runs to lead the team to victory.
On the bowling side, Pakistani bowlers Muhammad Abbas and Naseem Shah took four wickets, Yasir Shah two and Shaheen Shah Afridi one. Abbas scored 36 runs in 16 overs, Naseem Shah scored 45 runs in 13 overs. Yasir Shah scored 99 runs in 30 overs, Shaheen Afridi scored 61 runs in 15 overs and Shadab Khan scored 34 runs in 8 overs. Couldn’t get any wickets.
Earlier, Pakistan had a 107-run lead in the second innings but unfortunately. Pakistani batting line failed miserably in the second innings and no player could stay on the wicket for long. Thus the entire team returned to the pavilion for 169 runs.
Shaun Masood, the first innings century-maker of the national team, could not even open the account while league spinner Yasir Shah. the most prominent with 33 runs, Asad Shafiq 29 and Mohammad Rizwan 27 runs. For England, Stuart Broad took 3 wickets, Chris Vokes and Ben Stokes took 2 wickets each.
Earlier, the entire England team was bowled out for 219 in the second innings. England’s Ole Pope (62) and Jose Butler (38) were the top scorers, while Pakistan’s most successful bowler was Yasir Shah. who guided four players to the pavilion, with Shadab and Abbas taking two wickets each. While Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah took one wicket each.
Earlier, Pakistan managed to score 326 runs in the first innings thanks to Shaun Masood’s record-breaking innings. Shaun Masood was dismissed for 156 and Babar Azam for 69. 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. 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 Stoke (0) and captain Joe Root (14) were the visitors.
The Pakistan team is led by Azhar Ali and consists of Abid Ali, Shaun Masood. Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Abbas, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Naseem Shah.
Joey Root is leading the English team, while other players include Dom Sibley, Rory Burns, Ben Stoke. Ole Pope, Jose Butler, Dominic Bess, Stuart Broad, Chris Vokes, Joffre Archer, and James Anderson.
I had the opportunity to bowl Tendulkar during my career. the former Indian captain was technically the best. he tried to play straight, that’s what Virat Kohli and Babar Azam did in batting.
To a question, Bishop said that Jaspreet Burma adapts to the requirements of every format. Kagiso Rabada has extraordinary abilities, looking at the consignment of new pacers. one can say that fast bowling is about to return to its former glory. ۔