Pakistan scored 223 runs for the loss of 9 wickets against England in 2nd test

On the end of second day of the second Test between Pakistan and England in Southampton. Pakistan scored 223 runs for the loss of 9 wickets against England in the first innings. However, the game was stopped due to bad lighting. Wicket keeper Mohammad Rizwan is on the crease with 60 runs and Naseem Shah with 1 score.

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Pakistan scored 223 runs for the loss of 9 wickets against England in 2nd test
Pakistan scored 223 runs for the loss of 9 wickets against England in 2nd test: Match stooped due to bad light

Pakistan scored 223 runs, Full Day Summary

When the green shirt team started the second day of the ongoing 2nd Test match in Southampton. Babar Azam was playing at 25 runs and Mohammad Rizwan at 4 runs individually. The total score was 126 runs with loss of 5 wickets. Match was start delay due to rain in Southampton.

The game was delayed due to rain but when the game started. Both batsmen increased the innings with playing responsibly. However, Babar Azam was dismissed after playing an innings of 47 runs on one occasion.

Babar Azam was dismissed on 158. After which Yasir Shah accompanied Rizwan to take the score to 171 even though his share was only 5 runs. Shaheen Shah Afridi out without opening an account while Muhammad Abbas scored 2 runs and became the wicket of Stuart Broad, then Pakistan’s score was 215 runs.

Due to early darkness on the field, it was decided to end the second day’s play early. At that time, Pakistan had scored 223 runs for 9 wickets. Mohammad Rizwan is on the wicket with 60 runs, Naseem Shah is playing with one run.

For England, James Anderson and Stuart Broad took 3.3 wickets each, while Kieran and Chris Vokes took one wicket each.

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Team Name List

In the second Test, Azhar Ali has been retained as the captain while Babar Azam is the vice-captain.
Other players include batsmen Abid Ali, Asad Shafiq, Fouad Alam, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Rizwan, Naseem Shah, Sarfraz Ahmed, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Shaun Masood, Sohail Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Sohail Khan and Yasir Shah.

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