Southampton (Daily Pakistan Online) The last day of the third Test between Pakistan and England has been delayed due to rain. In pursuit of England’s mountain-like 583 runs, the national team managed only 273 in the first innings and fell victim to follow-on, but now the second innings is batting and so far Pakistan has scored 100 runs for the loss of two wickets. Due to the rain, the game has not started yet.
According to the details, at the end of the fourth day’s play, the Pakistani team had scored 100 runs for the loss of two wickets but still has a deficit of 210 runs. Shaun Masood resumed batting after suffering a follow-on from Pakistan. And Abid Ali came on the field but Abid Ali managed to score only 18 runs while Abid Ali came close to half a century and got out on the ball of Anderson and he was limited to 42 runs but now the responsibility is on Azhar. It is on the shoulders of Ali and Babar Azam.
Earlier, England scored the toughest 583 runs in the first innings in response to which the national team was limited to 273 runs in the first innings and 6 players scored only 14 runs in total, captain Azhar Ali and wicketkeeper-batsman. Apart from Mohammad Rizwan, no batsman was able to perform well. Azhar Ali played a 141-run innings in a difficult situation while Mohammad Rizwan was dismissed for 53 runs.
Fawad Alam, who got the chance after 11 years, also proved to be the guest of only 22 runs while Babar Azam, the strongest character of the Pakistani batting line, also managed to score only 11 runs. Asad Shafiq once again failed. The innings was limited to 5 runs, opener Shaun Masood 4, Abid Ali 1 and Yasir Shah were out for 20 runs.
Veteran England fast bowler James Anderson was the most successful, leading the way with five wickets for just 56 runs in 23 overs, with Stuart Broad taking two wickets while Mark Base and Chris Vokes took one wicket each. ۔