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Last day of the Pindi test. Pakistan need 196 more runs to win, how many overs left? Will Pakistan win the match? GTN News

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The final day of the first test match between Pakistan and England and Pakistan continues

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Another 196 runs are required in 82 overs to win. The fifth day started with 80 runs for the loss of two wickets, Imam-ul-Haq was dismissed for 48 runs. Saud Shakeel and Mohammad Rizwan are at the moment. Saud Shakeel completed 50 runs on debut Test. The maximum of 98 overs will be scored on the fifth day of the Rawalpindi Test. In the second innings, Abdullah Shafiq was dismissed for 6 runs and captain Babar Azam was dismissed for 4 runs while Azhar Ali was retired. The fourth day of the match: Earlier on the fourth day of the Pindi Test, Pakistan extended their innings incomplete by 7 wickets to 499 runs, Agha Salman was dismissed for 53 runs, Zahid Mahmood was dismissed for 17 runs and Haris Rauf was dismissed. by 12 runs, the Pakistan team was dismissed for 579 runs in the first innings.K Will Jacks took 6 wickets for 161 runs. With a lead of 78 runs in the first innings, England started the second innings, then the century maker Ben Duckett was dismissed. bowled by Safar Prinsim Shah, Ollie Pope was also dismissed for 15 runs. Zak Karali was also dismissed by Muhammad Ali for 50 runs. Jurort made a partnership of 96 runs with Harry Brooke. Joe Root scored 73 runs and lost his wicket off Zahid Mehmood’s ball. Captain Ben Stokes could not make any runs. Before the tea break, Naseem Shah bowled Harry Brook for 87 runs. During the break, England decided to declare innings and declared the second innings 7 wickets for 264 runs to revive the tied match. Third day: Pakistani openers Abdullah Shafiq and Imamul Haq and captain Babar Azam scored centuries, Imamul Haq scored 121, Abdullah Shafiq 114, Azhar Ali 27, Saud Shakeel 37, Babar Azam 136, Mohammad Rizwan 29 and Will Naseem Shah 15 runs. he dismissed Abdullah Shafiq for 114 runs and took his first Test wicket. Imam-ul-Haq 121, Azhar Ali out making runs 27. Till the lunch break, Pakistan scored 298 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. Babar Azam scored 136, Mohammad Rizwan 29 and Naseem Shah came out with 15 runs. Pakistan scored 499 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the first innings. Second day: In the second day of the match, the visiting team started the match with 506 runs for the loss of 4 wickets, captain Ben Stokes got out after scoring 41 runs. Liam Livingstone could only score 9 runs, Harry Brooke played a brilliant innings of 153 on behalf of the English team, Will Jacks scored 30 runs, Ollie Robinson scored 37 and Jack Leech scored 6. On the second day, the England team. took 6 wickets in 26 overs. he scored 151 runs for the loss of . National bowlers Zahid Mehmood 4, Naseem Shah 3, Muhammad Ali 2 while Haris Rauf took a wicket. Rawalpindi Test Day 1: England captain Ben Stokes won the toss and elected to bat, Ankish openers started the innings in a smoky fashion and Zach Crawley, Ben Duckett scored a total of 233. Duckett scored 107 and Zach Crawley he scored 122. Also, Ollie Pope 108, who scored 23 runs was the highlight.

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