England vs Pakistan 2020, 1st Test, Day 3: Report

England vs Pakistan 2020

Pak vs Eng third day

England fought back, as one might expect, on the third day of their first test against Pakistan in Manchester. However, it can be said with certainty that Pakistan is ahead in a test that is about to achieve exciting results. By the fourth day, Pakistan’s chances depended entirely on the bowlers, especially the spinners, because they found themselves ahead of 244 times.

On the third day, Jos Buttler and Ollie Pope strode forward at Old Trafford and needed a miraculous partnership to kick England out of the predicament. Naseem Shah defeated the Pope and made the first breakthrough of the day. 62. Despite his best efforts, vigilance, and counterattack, there is nothing he can do from the first-rate delivery of Naseem Shah.

Jos Buttler, who has been fighting for his position, failed to achieve impressive results because Yasir Shah’s delivery relocated 38 stumps through the gate. The home team added 79 runs, and Stuart Broad’s pyrotechnics was one of the highlights. Although the three-foot speed attack made the British batsman guess endlessly, Yasir Shah became a bowler at 18-2-66-4 and gave Pakistan a 107 lead. Advantage.

The bowlers in England brought the fight back to the opposition:
In the first game, although the tourists played cautiously, in the second game, they started poking unnecessarily. Shan Masood, who scored 156 points in the first game, chased down a delivery leg and then sent it to Buttler to pick up a duck. Babar Azam was chasing a ticket outside the stump, and Ben Stokes dragged it to the side of the road. Azhar Ali was wary of 53 of 18 goals because he missed Chris Woakes’ winning streak.

The partnership between Asad Shafiq and Mohammad Rizwan is perhaps the most confident and highest in Pakistan. The two kept keeping strange boundaries and quickly played singles, but one of them led to the failure of Dom Sibley, and Dom Sibley quickly shot from the cover to remove Shafiq. The visitors lost their next three wickets for 37 runs, only Stokes took up two of them. Within minutes of the end, Yasir Shah gained some limits to increase Pakistan’s lead to close to 250, which should give England a hard goal.

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Last Updated on August 7, 2020

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