Pakistan vs England Highlights: Watch Pakistan vs England 1st Test Day 2 Highlights played on 14th October 2015. Pak vs Eng 1st Test Day 2 Highlights at Abu Dhabi. Watch PAK vs ENG Cricket Highlights on Wednesday.
Cricket Series: Pakistan vs England 2015
Pakistan Squad: (possible): 1 Misbah Ul Haq(C), 2 Ahmed Shehzad, 3 Asad Shafiq, 4 Azhar Ali, 5 Fawad Alam, 6 Imran Khan, 7 Junaid Khan, 8 Mohammad Hafiz, 9 Rahat Ali, 10 Sarfaraz Ahmed, 11 Shan Masood, 12 Shoaib Malik, 13 Wahab Riaz, 14 Yasir Shah, 15 Younis Khan, 16 Zulfiqar Babar
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Day two of the opening test match between Pakistan and England belonged to the batsman with plenty of runs scored on the day, however Pakistan still remain in a commanding position.
Pakistan started the day on 286/4, looking to build a decent first innings. The first landmark of the day saw Shoaib Malik reach his 150 off 265 balls. Asad Shafiq played an excellent supporting role, reaching his 50 off 107 balls before lunch was taken with the score on 389/4.
After the excellent start of getting through the opening session without the losing a wicket, Pakistan were able to pile on the pressure with the bat, as Shoiab Malik reached his double century off 361 balls. It was his first ever double hundred in test match cricket, and a very proud moment for the experienced man. Asad Shafiq brought up his century off 193 balls, taking good advantage of the decent batting conditions. The pair again managed to bat through the session without the loss of a wicket, as tea was taken with the score on 499/4.
The last session of the day saw Pakistan looking to accelerate their inning, which finally brought some respite to the England bowlers, as wicket started to fall. It was Ben Stokes with 4/57 that did most of the damage, as Pakistan reached 523/8 when they declared their innings. Malik top scored for Pakistan, scoring 245 before he was caught by Bell off the bowling of Stokes.
England were left with a tricky session before the close of play, but did a good job to negotiate the 21 overs without losing a wicket. It was the bats of Cook and Ali that saw England to the close of play, who ended on 56/0, still trailing the Pakistan first innings by a massive 467 runs, although the follow-on will surely be the first target on day three.