Final Score Card- First Innings
|A N Cook||b Amir||105||172||15||0|
|A D Hales||b Amir||10||20||2||0|
|J E Root||141||246||18||0|
|J M Vince||c Ahmed b Ali||18||30||4||0|
|G S Ballance||b Ali||23||57||3||0|
|C R Woakes||2||16||0||0|
|Extras||3lb 0 5w 7nb||15|
|Total||for 4||314||89.0 overs|
|Fall of wickets|
|1||A D Hales||25|
|2||A N Cook||210|
|3||J M Vince||238|
|4||G S Ballance||311|
Update: Match came to an end after the 89th over with England at 314-4 (Root 141, Woakes 2)
Update: WICKET! Ballance b Rahat 23 in over 86
Update:80th over came to an end with England at 289-3 (Root 132* Ballance 11*)
Update: 70th over ended with ENG at 258-3
Update: Over 65, Root gets his 10th Test Century
Update: Rahat Ali takes a WICKET in over 64, Vince made a big mistake!
Update: Over 60 came to an end with England at 219-2 (Vince 6, Root 90)
Update:Over 55 gives Pakistan a much needed WICKET! Amir does it again!
Update: 50th over ended with England at 180-1 (Cook 97, Root 66)
Update: 40th over came to an end with England 137-1 (Cook 64, Root 56)
Update: Over 35 came to an end with England at 119-1 (Cook 52, Root 52)
Update: England secures 104-1 (Cook 45, Root 44) at the end of 30th period
Update: Lunch Break after 26th over
Update: At the end of the 25th over England was at 85-1 (Cook 38, Root 33)
Update: England 66-1 (Cook 36, Root 18) at the end of the 20th over
Update: England 48-1 (Cook 30, Root 8) at the end of the 15th over
Update: England secures 39-1 (Root 4, Cook 25) at the end of 10 overs
Update: 8th over ends with England securing 30 runs (Root 4, Cook 17) with the loss of 1 wicket (Hales 6)
Update: Hales stumped by Amir with classical inswinger
Update: Hale’s Catch-Dropped by man standing at gully during 6th over
Update: England makes it to 17-0 in 5th over (Hales 6, Cook 11)
Update:4th over ends with England at 14-0 (Hales 6, Cook 8)
Update: Amir bowls a maiden over leaving England at 8-0 (Hales 0, Cook 8)
Update:England remains at 8-0 (Hales 0, Cook 8)
Update:England secures 8 runs in first over without loss (Hales 0, Cook 8)
Update: England won toss and decided to bat first.
Pakistan vs. England is all set to be played in Manchester, the four-match test series continues with its second installment to start at 3. PM PST at Old Trafford.
According to reports, the Shaheens have been practicing in the field, mainly focusing on their bowling tricks, fielding, and also their batting during their lengthy sessions.
Meanwhile, England is looking forward to overcome their first defeat by using the Doosra inventor and Pakistani Legend Saqlain Mushtaq’s experience to help Moeen Ali take on the dangerous Test bowler Yasir Shah.
Pakistan vs England Test Series 2016: All Eyes on Amir as Pakistan Return to Lord’s Stadium
England faced a defeat by 75 runs with the talented Test bowler taking 10 wickets to defend his team during the first Test held at Lord’s Stadium. The England Lions will do their best to stop Pakistan from taking yet another Test victory by taking on Shah.
With the pitch being more likely to add more turn to the game, Lions will have to step up their game and make a crucial decision to keep Adil Rashid to play a home debut game as a replacement for Moeen Ali. Not only that, the team also has to decide whether they want to keep top-order batsman James Vince or consider more options.
Not only that, the team also has to decide whether they want to keep top-order batsman James Vince or consider different options.
Coach Trevor Bayliss added that there will be a possibility of the addition of spinners, and the return of lead wicket taker Anderson is also being awaited.
Coming to Pakistan’s side, the team is more or less the same, however, Mohammad Hafeez and Shan Masood will be under pressure for their performance during the first Test.
England needs to find a way to make Shah the weakest link in the match in order to tie the scores.
Stay tuned to Brandsynario for more updates.
Umpires: H D P K Dharmasena, R J T Tucker, R B Richarson, J S Wilson
England: A N Cook, A D Hales, J M Vince, J E Root, G S Ballance, B A Stokes, J M Bairstow, M M Ali, C R Woakes, S C J Broad, J M Anderson
Pakistan: Mohammad Hafeez, Shan Masood, Azhar Ali, Younis Khan, Misbah -ul-Haq, Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Yasir Shah, Rahat Ali