Pakistan on Sunday registered an emphatic win after beating England by 9 wickets at the Lord’s cricket ground.
After winning the toss England captain Joe Root opted to bat, a decision that raised eyebrows right after it’s execution as England were bundled out for a paltry 184 odd runs. With fast bowler Mohammad Abass picking up four in his Lord’s debut
Pakistan in it’s reply scored 363 runs gaining a lead of 179 run, Babar Azam top scoring with a classic 68. Azam was looking good to get his name registered on the Lord’s Honor board, a Stokes bouncer however injured Azam and he retired hurt
England in it’s second innings scored 242 runs, Amir and Abass both picking 4 wickets each
Needing just 64 runs to win, Pakistan lost Azhar Ali in the process, thus winning by nine wickets
Mohammad Abass was declared man of the match for his 8 wickets in the match
Pakistan now has an unassailable lead in the 2 match test series