In the second innings against England, Pakistan scored 137 runs for 8 wickets, leading by 244 runs

In the second innings against England, Pakistan scored 137 runs for 8 wickets, leading by 244 runs In their second innings on the third day ...

In the second innings against England, Pakistan scored 137 runs for 8 wickets, leading by 244 runs

In their second innings on the third day of the first Test against England, Pakistan scored 137 runs for the loss of 8 wickets and took a 244-run lead over England.

At the end of the third day's play, Yasir Shah 12 and Muhammad Abbas were on the wicket without scoring a run.

England started the game on the third day
On the third day of the Manchester Test, Pakistan bowled out England for 219 in the first innings to take a 107-run lead.

In the Manchester Test, Pakistani bowlers gave excellent performances, on the second day of the game, England's first four wickets fell to 62 runs and today, on the third day, Oli Pope 46 and Jose Butler came on the field with 15 runs.

Today, the first blow was bowled by fast bowler Naseem Shah and Pope's wicket was bowled for 62 runs, then Yasir Shah's magic worked which made Jose Butler 38, Dom Base one and Chris Vokes 19 runs.

The last two wickets were taken by Shadab Khan, Joffra Archer (16) and James Anderson (7) fell victim to them and England were bowled out for 219 runs.

Yasir Shah took 4 wickets for 66 runs while Muhammad Abbas and Shadab Khan took 2 wickets each. Naseem Shah and Shaheen Afridi took one wicket each.

Pakistan's second innings

After the dismissal of England, Shaun Masood and Abid Ali started the second innings for Pakistan. However, Shaun Masood, who scored a century in the first innings, fell victim to Stuart Broad without scoring a run.

Pakistan's second loss came on a total score of 33 when Abid Ali returned to the pavilion with 20 runs.

After that captain Azhar Ali 18, Babar Azam 5, Asad Shafiq 29, Mohammad Rizwan 27, Shadab Khan 15 and Shaheen Afridi were out for 2 runs.

By the end of the third day, Pakistan had scored 137 for 8 and had a 244-run lead over England.

In the second innings, Stuart Broad, Chris Vokes and Ben Stokes took 2 wickets each while Dom Base took 1 wicket.

Pakistan scored 326 in the first innings and started their second innings with a lead of 107 runs.

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