Second Test between Pakistan and England ends in a draw

Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

17th Aug, 2020. 11:47 pm

The second Test match between Pakistan and England has ended with a tie. In the first inning, Pakistan was able to take only three wickets.

The match started off with a good start as the England players Dom Sibley and Zak Crawley made 85 runs to their 91-runs partnership.

Pakistan, playing under pressure finally was able to break the partnership and bowled out Crawley for LBW. Bowler Mohammad Abbas took the wicket.

In his next over, Abbas took his second wicket and removed Dom Sibley with a catch behind the stumps. Yasir Shah bowled out the third England player Ollie Pope to reduce England to 105-4.

After that, the Pakistan cricket team captain Azhar Ali came on the pitch to bowl his first over in the series and managed to bowl a delivery as umpires called for stumps.

Earlier, the Pakistani team made 236 runs in their first inning. Mohammad Rizwan played an important role during the inning as he made a total run of 72 off 139 balls.

It should be mentioned here that the third and the last Test will be played against Pakistan and England on August 21st.

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