Pakistan vs England Highlights: Watch Pakistan vs England 1st Test Day 1 Highlights played on 22nd October 2015. Pak vs Eng 2nd Test Day 1 Highlights at Dubai International Stadium. Watch PAK vs ENG Cricket Highlights on Thursday.
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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Pakistan dominated the opening day of the second test against England at Dubai on Thursday thanks for a Captains knock with the bat from Miabah-ul-Haq.
Pakistan won an important toss and elected to bat first. Mohammad Hafeez opened the batting with Shan Masood, getting their side off to a solid start by putting on a 51 runs opening stand. It was Moeen Ali who struck the opening blow for England when he had Hafeez caught with his score on 19 off 44 balls. The in-form Shoiab Malik was the next man in, but didn’t last long after being dismissed by Ben Stokes with his score on 2. Shan Masood brought up his fifty just prior to the lunch break, playing a solid openers knock. Lunch was taken with Pakistan on 85/2.
After lunch it was the bats of Pakistan that did all the talking, scoring 93 runs in the session. Shan Masood was the only man to lose his wicket during the session, caught by the wicket-keeper off the bowling of James Anders for 54. The tea break was taken with Pakistan on 178/3 with Younis Khan on 56* and Misbah-ul-Haq on 44*.
As was the case on the previous session, Pakistan lose just the one wicket in the final session of the day, showing good composure out in the middle. Younis Khan was the man dismissed, scoring 56 off 115 balls, and will have been disappointed that he didn’t continue his effort. Captain Misbah-ul-Haq went on to reach his century off 190 balls, as he lead from the front. Stumps were called after 90 overs, with the light lasting well this time round. Pakistan ended the day on 282/4, firmly in control of the test match. It was again the spin attack from England that gave away plenty of runs, as Rashid and Ali conceded 142 runs between them off 33 overs.