The England team touring Pakistan after 17 years has won the 3 test series. They defeated Pakistan by 26 runs in the second match. With this victory, the English team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
England has defeated Pakistan in a Test series at home after 22 years. Earlier in 2001, they won the three-Test series 1-0.
With this series loss, Pakistan is out of the race for the final in the World Test Championship. They are in the sixth position in the point table. He has 42.42% marks.
While England has come at number 5 with the win. English has 44.44% marks. Australia is first, South Africa second, Sri Lanka third, and India fourth.
England Won The 2nd Test By 26 Runs
In Multan on Monday, British all-out Pakistan for 328 runs in 102.1 overs in the last innings. Saud Shakeel scored the highest 94 runs from Pakistan. While Imam-ul-Haq contributed 60 runs. Opener Abdullah Shakeel and Mohammad Nawaz played identical innings of 45-45 runs. At the same time, Mohammad Rizwan added 30 runs.
For England, Mark Wood took 4 wickets in the last innings. Oli Robinson and Jimmy Anderson got 2-2 wickets. The Pak team started the fourth day with a score of 198/4. He got a target of 355 runs to win in the last innings.
Brilliant Bowling From Mark Wood
England fast bowler Mark Wood bowled brilliantly. He took 4 wickets for 65 runs in 21 overs. Wood dismissed Abdullah, Nawaz, Shakeel, and Zahid Mohammad.
Harry Brook Scored A Century
Harry Brook scored a century in the second innings for the English team. He scored 108 runs. Captain Ben Stokes returned to the pavilion after scoring 41 runs.
Olly Robinson 3, Mark Wood 6, and James Anderson were dismissed after scoring 4 runs. Jack Leach was unbeaten with (0). Zahid Mahmood took 3 wickets for Pakistan.
Babar Failed To Score Runs In The Second Inning
Chasing the target, the Pakistan team added 198 runs in the second innings so far. Abdullah Shafiq and Mohammad Rizwan came out to open. Shafiq (45) and Rizwan (30) returned to the pavilion after scoring runs.
Captain Babar Azam, who came out to bat at number three, did not walk. He got out after scoring 1 run. Allie Robinson bowled him. Imam-ul-Haq played a half-century inning of 60 runs.
Saud Shakeel (54) and Faheem Ashraf (3) are unbeaten. England’s James Anderson, Olly Robinson, Jack Leach and Mark Wood got 1-1 wickets.