England vs Pakistan
England vs Pakistan, first test, day 4 highlights: Chris Woakes did his best to guide England in Manchester’s Old Trafford’s first test against Pakistan on day 4. Get an exciting three-door victory. Woakes remained undefeated at 84. Butler’s outstanding performance is also an excellent 75 knock.
After the collapse, they established 117 partnerships for the sixth ticket gate. This happened after Yasir Shah fired a well-formed Dom Sibley in the post-lunch meeting, and then defeated England by 36, and caused England by evacuating Ben Stokes as soon as possible. Hit hard. Between the two, Naseem Shah acquired the huge wicket of Joe Root at the age of 42, and then Afridi got rid of Ollie Pope ( Ollie Pope) left England. Earlier, England defeated Pakistan by 169. This morning, Pakistan scored 32 goals with just 16 goals, setting England’s goal at 277.
Woakes and Butler have a crease, and England fell to 117-5 with an incredible 277 on a bowler-friendly court. But they launched an excellent counterattack, turning the situation around with the sixth goal frame for a total of 139.
Butler was finally defeated by Yasir Shah with a height of 75 pounds, while England demanded another 21-pound victory, which briefly rekindled Pakistan’s hopes of dying.
Stuart Broad (Stuart Broad) was also fired to try to knock down the lbw in the last four rounds, but Woakes happened to win on the border and eventually remained unbeaten with 84 points.
Pakistan improved the speed of their 137-8 overnight game with 32 rapid-fire runs earlier, and eventually ended with 169. This is a crazy boom that seems to leave visitors in a dry state and can control rebound, rhythm and rotation.
The England team took control with captain Joe Root at 86-1, but a quick wicket made them the second most successful attempt at Old Trafford. Retreat after four innings.
When Ollie Pope wore Shaheen Afridi to the gully when it was force majeure, England still needed 160 and left five wickets.
But Butler (and even more surprisingly Vaux) was troubled by his neck during the game.
Butler said: “This is an amazing victory, and there is still a long way to go before Friday.” “I think it’s an amazing effort from where we are.
“We want to be positive and put pressure on Pakistan and try to replicate the one-day chase.”
The only sad thing is that no fans at Old Trafford witnessed another cricket ad.
Pakistan erased their copybook last Friday when they won a first-game lead of 107 innings and fell to 137-8.
Although they were still sitting in the driver’s seat, after Saturday’s unconventional game, when Yasir Shah’s total overnight score increased 21 times, including a bold six times for Broad, they were even more so.
Broad eventually left him 33 places behind, and Jofra Archer bowled for 17-year-old Naseem Shah to restore order.
Rory Burns and Dom Sibley, the opener of the England opener, looked relatively safe, as they held opening negotiations with Mohammad Abbas and Shaheen Afridi, and then Abbas lifted Burns lbw to leave the UK for lunch 55-1.
After the break, Sibley was in trouble, and as Root looked more and more comfortable, the pendulum swayed the way of England.
However, after making Sibley a 36-year-old patient, he was induced to drive in Yasir Shah and sneak to Asad Shafiq.
Root (42) was cancelled by the directional service of Junior Express rider Shah, who took the bat’s seam and flew towards Babar Azam on the first slide.
The impressive Yasir threw a ball on the rough ground outside the stump, and on Stokes, the dangerous England man, and flew to goalkeeper Mohammad Rizwan (Mohammad Rizwan). Rizwan), the latter pieced together an excellent catch, which Pakistan admired. Initially it was not given, and Stokes (9) was shocked when a comment showed that the ball had brushed his gloves.
The Pope (7) had no chance to be the ferocious Afridi full-length deliveryman, raised his head, grabbed his gloves, and took a drive to Shadab Khan in the ravine.
England seems to have no retreat, but Butler and Voachs started to play freely, hitting 50 of 49 goals, which brought some questions to the Pakistani.
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Last Updated on August 9, 2020