The fourth day of the second Test between England and Pakistan has also been disturb by rain. Pakistan made 236 in the first innings of the second Test against England thanks to Muhammad Rizwan’s 72-run innings. England scored 7 for one at the end of the day in a rain-affected match. Summary of match Second Test: Pak 236 runs in 1st innings Eng lost one wicket at the end of the four.
Second Test: Pak 236 runs in 1st innings Eng lost one Wicket
The third day’s play could not start due to continuous rain yesterday. The umpires and match referees inspected the ground twice but the match was postponed till the next day due to rain and wet ground. In the rain-affected match on the second day of the Test match, Pakistan started their innings at 126 for five. At the end of day play Pakistani team made 223 runs and lost 9 wickets.
On the fourth day Muhammad Rizwan and Naseem Shah were playing when. Pakistan resumed their first incomplete innings with 223 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Mohammad Rizwan tried to score fast and together with Naseem brought the score to 236.
Mohammad Rizwan caught a ball from Stuart Broad in an attempt to play a shot and thus. Pakistan’s first innings came to an end. For Pakistan, Mohammad Rizwan was the most successful batsman with 72 runs while. Abid Ali scored 60 and Babar Azam 47 runs.
For England, Broad took four wickets while Anderson took three wickets
Following Pakistan’s first innings score of 236, when England started batting. Rory Burns was caught by Shaheen Shah’s fourth ball of the first over. He could not open his account yet. Dom Sibley and Zac Crowley are currently on the crease, while England have scored seven runs for the loss of one wicket.
When Rory Burns returned to the pavilion after Asad Shafiq gave a kick, England’s score was only one run. However, by the end of the second day’s play, the team had scored 7 runs. The game had to end early due to rain.
Second Test: Pak 236 runs in 1st innings Eng lost one