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England Vs Pakistan 2nd Test Day 5 : The Test Match Ends In A Draw

Welcome to the complete updates of 2nd Test match of England vs Pakistan at Rose Bowl in Southampton:

After no play was possible because of the wet outfield on the last day, now the sky has cleared and the action has started. Ultimately! 41 overs to be bowled. On the fourth day, England scored 7 with the loss of 1 wicket in reply to Pakistan’s first-innings 236 runs. Zak Crawley is unbeaten 5 and Dom Sibley is on 2 runs. So, Let’s begin!

Mohammad Abbas bowls

Pakistan bowler, Mohammad Abbas delivered some balls to Zak Crawley but began with a no-ball. When Mohammad Abbas dropped the ball short, Zak Crawley pulled the ball towards square leg and crunched a cover drive off the final ball of the 1st over. England 21/1.

Half-century for team England

That’s half-century up for team England, a nice recovery from 7 runs for 1 in absolutely different conditions. And the hosts reached 51 for 1.

Half-century then out for  Zak Crawley

Zak Crawleymanaged to make his half-century but fell lbw to Pakistan bowler Mohammad Abbas shortly afterward to conclude an encouraging knock. England lost their second wicket for 91.

Abbas had another wicket!

In just two overs, Mohammad Abbas strikes twice, able to dismiss Dom Sibley for 32 runs, caught by Rizwan. After 34 overs, England 92/3.

Ton for team England

5 runs in 37 over and England reached its 100 with England captain Joe Root and Ollie Pope.

Out!!

Yasir Shah to Ollie Pope, and it is lbw out!! Excellent bowling from Yasir Shah. This period is turning out to be a fantastic time for team Pakistan. Yashir Shah went to the pavilion by scoring 9 runs in 16 balls. England 105/4.

Match draw

After 43.1 overs, England managed to score 110 runs with the loss of 4 wickets. England has declared and handshakes had been spotted between England captain Joe Root and Pakistan skipper Azhar Ali. Match drawn. Not that we can expect anything different with amounts of time lost due to rain.

England will go into the third and final Test with a 1-0 series lead.

Jagruty Naik
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Being a Writer, I always keep trying to bring a more professional approach to my passion-Cricket. For me, it is really intriguing and interesting.

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