The fourth day of the Multan Test begins

The fourth day of the Multan Test begins, Saud Shakeel and Faheem Ashraf of the host team Pakistan started the fourth day’s play with 198 runs 4 out in pursuit of victory.

Pakistan’s seventh wicket fell on 291 runs, Saud Shakeel returned to the pavilion after scoring a brilliant 94 runs, he was also dismissed by Mark Wood.

The national team’s sixth wicket fell on 290 runs, Mark Wood dismissed Mohammad Nawaz for 45 runs.

Pakistan’s fifth wicket fell on 210 runs, Faheem Ashraf was dismissed by Root at the beginning of the game on the fourth day, and he returned to the pavilion after scoring 10 runs.

England need 3 more wickets to win Multan Test while Pakistan needs 64 runs to level the series with a victory.

Description of yesterday’s match

At the end of the third day of the Multan Test yesterday, Pakistan scored 198 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in pursuit of a target of 355 runs.

At the end of the day Saud was at the crease with 54 and Faheem Ashraf with 3 runs.

In the first session of the third day of the second Test, England was bowled out for 275 runs, after which Pakistan was given a target of 355 runs to win the match.

Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan and Abdullah Shafiq started the chase and put on a 64-run partnership by the lunch break.

England’s fast bowler James Anderson on the lunch break bowled Mohammad Rizwan for 30 runs by making a very brilliant outswing for 66 runs in the first over, while Babar Azam scored only 1 run on the score of 67 off Robinson’s ball. Bolded.

The other opener, Abdullah Shafiq, was bowled by Mark Wood for a total of 83. He played a 45-run inning.

Imam-ul-Haq and Saud Shakeel then put on a 108-run partnership, during which both players completed their respective half-centuries.

On the score of 191, Imam-ul-Haq was caught by Root on Leach’s ball for 60 runs.

Pakistan vs England first innings

Earlier in the first innings, England had scored 281 runs in response to which the national team could score 202 runs.

It should be noted that in the series of 3 Test matches, England has a lead of one zero.

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