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England vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 4: Dominic Sibley-Joe Root takes over England, sharing 50+ runs

England vs Pakistan, ENG vs PAK 1st Test Day 4: In the first innings, Shaan Masood from Pakistan scored 156 runs in 319 balls with the help of 18 fours and 2 sixes. However, in the second innings, he did not show anything amazing and returned to the pavilion without opening the account.

England vs Pakistan (ENG vs PAK) 1st Test Day 4: The first Test match of the three-match series between England and Pakistan is being played at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester. Today is 8 August, the fourth day of the game. In the second innings, Pakistan were all out for 169 runs. He took a 107-run lead in the first innings. In this way England got a target of 277 runs to win.

England did not have a great start in the second innings as well. When the team’s score was 22, then opener Rory Burns returned to the pavilion after scoring 10 runs. He was LBWed by Mohammad Abbas. However, Dominic Sibley and captain Joe Root have since taken the score to 70. Both have shared more than 50 runs for the second wicket.

Pakistan lost the wickets of Yasir Shah and Nasim Shah today. Yasir Shah batted hard. He scored 33 runs in 24 balls with the help of 5 fours and a six. He was caught by Jos Buttler behind the wicket off Stuart Broad.

Yasir had thought of cutting the ball off the leg stump to hit a four, but he was out. Nasim Shah replaced him at the crease. He opened the boundary on the first ball as soon as he came. However, the second ball hit his leg and went across the boundary. However, he was bowled by Jofra Archer on the next ball.

Yesterday, Pakistan scored a lead of 244 runs
On 7 August, England’s first innings was reduced to 219 runs on the third day of the game. In this way, Pakistan got a 107 run lead on the basis of first innings. However, Pakistan did not have a good start in the second innings. The team’s score was not even 50 yet that both their opener and Babar Azam had returned to the pavilion. By the end of the day’s play, he had lost eight and had 137 runs in his account. Yasir Shah 12 runs and Mohammad Abbas was at the crease without opening the account. However, his lead has been 244 runs on the basis of first innings.

Babar Azam could not even show amazing
Earlier, Abid Ali scored 20 runs and was caught at deep square leg by Chris Woakes on the ball of Dominic Bess. Babar Azam was caught by Ben Stokes at slip from Chris Woakes on the score of 5 runs. Captain Azhar Ali also could not do anything special. Azhar returned to the pavilion as the fourth wicket. He was able to score 18 runs. The team’s score at the time of his dismissal was 63 runs. He was lbw by Vox. The team’s score was 101 runs when Asad Shafiq was run out by a direct throw from Dominic Siballe. He scored 29 runs.

Joffra Archer managed just one wicket
Naseem Shah came to the crease in place of Yasir Shah. He opened the boundary on the first ball as soon as he came. However, the second ball hit his leg and went across the boundary. However, he was bowled by Jofra Archer on the next ball. This was his first wicket in this innings. With this Pakistan’s second innings came to an end. His second innings was reduced to just 46.4 overs. Mohammad Abbas returned unbeaten pavilion after scoring 3 runs in 7 balls. Let us know that when the game of the third day ended on August 7, then Yasir Shah was unbeaten on 12 runs. At the same time, Mohammad Abbas’s account was not opened.

Pakistan’s innings in 50 overs
With this Pakistan’s second innings came to an end. His second innings was reduced to just 46.4 overs. Mohammad Abbas returned unbeaten pavilion after scoring 3 runs in 7 balls. Let us know that when the game of the third day ended on August 7, then Yasir Shah was unbeaten on 12 runs. At the same time, Mohammad Abbas’s account was not opened.

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