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second Test: England Hammer Pakistan to Win Second Test and Square Series

June 4th, 2018 at 6:59 am by Ayush Rawal

England whipped Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs to win the second Test at Headingley on Sunday. Triumph, finished inside three days, saw England level the two match series at 1-1 after Pakistan won the primary Test at Lord’s by nine wickets.
It was likewise England’s first triumph in a Test match since they beat the West Indies at Lord’s in September, with the side having persevered through a winless kept running of six thrashings in eight Tests coming into this apparatus.
By sharing the crown jewels in this short crusade, England dodged a third progressive arrangement overcome after turns around in Australia and New Zealand. Jos Buttler’s rankling 80 not out on Sunday saw England to a sum of 363 and directing first-innings lead of 189.
Pakistan at that point fallen to 134, losing their last seven wickets for only 50 runs. Stuart Broad took three for 28 and off-spinner Dominic Bess snatched his first wickets at Test level in an arrival of three for 33. The match finished when England skipper Joe Root, on his Yorkshire home ground, held a sharp slip catch to reject last man Mohammad Abbas off the knocking down some pins of Broad.

Ayush Rawal June 4, 2018 6:59 am

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