England v Pakistan: Jos Buttler & Dom Bess star as England level series

Tanya Simon
June 4, 2018

Bess was batting on 40 and Dawid Malan was 27 not out with England looking strong at 199-3 in a must-win match after losing the first of the two-test series by nine wickets at Lord's. I think it was a wild guess.

Broad got hold of a hook at Faheem Ashraf (three for 60) but fell to an excellent catch by Abbas, low to the ground again but this time in the deep at long-leg.

"I called him and expressed my disappointment. But I just didn't feel like I really deserved that".

"It was a poor display from us coming off such a high at Lord's as we are all about getting our consistency right and trying to play in the right style", Arthur told Sky Sports. A private conversation is a private conversation and it will stay between me and Stuart.

Michael Vaughan warned Stuart Broad he was not beyond criticism after the England paceman was angered by his former captain's comments prior to the ongoing second Test against Pakistan at Headingley.

In the morning, Broad nearly had opener Imam-ul-Haq lbw for nought before removing the nephew of Pakistan selection chief and former Test batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq for a duck in any event when Root held a sharp, high chance at third slip. They haven't won this Test match yet.

He was last man out when dismissed by fellow 19-year-old Sam Curran as the Surrey left-arm seamer, included after Ben Stokes was ruled out with a torn hamstring, marked his Test debut with a wicket.

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"The comments last night were geared as though they had won the game".

"I think an element of that comes out through criticism. And that is what we want in sport".

"If the criticism over the last few days has geed them up to go out there and prove us wrong, great". "It wasn't just me who criticized them".

Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings managed the third half-century stand for England's first wicket in the last 28 innings, stretching back to the Lord's Test against South Africa last summer.

They put themselves on the home straight by lunchtime, extending their first-innings lead by 61 runs for their last three wickets - thanks chiefly to Buttler - and then nipping out three of their opponents in 11 overs.

Before then, they enter a period of limited-overs cricket against India and Australia after playing a one-day global against Scotland in Edinburgh on 10 June.

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