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Pakistan vs England 2nd Test 2022 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs England 2nd Test 2022 - England tour of Pakistan 3-match Test series of the 2nd Test match played between England and Pakistan at Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan in 09th December to 12th December 2022.

Babar Azam had his off stump pegged back by Ollie Robinson © Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Harry Brook and Bowlers attack guided England hard-fought 26-run victory over Pakistan, despite a debutant Abrar Ahmed's debut 11-wickets in an match - Saud Shakeel's fighting 94 and took an unassailable 2-0 lead to seal the series in a nerve-shredding game of the second Test match.

Match Stats :
  • This is the Pakistan's third consecutive defeats at home for the first time since 1959.
  • This is the England's only the fourth Test win in Pakistan (the others were in 1961 and 2000) and it their first series win after 22 years.
  • Abrar Ahmed's 7 for 114 was the third best debut bowling figures for New Zealand in Test matches and became the third Pakistan bowler to claimed a 7-wicket haul on debut match in Tests.
  • Abrar Ahmed's 7 for 114 was the seventh best bowling figures by an Pakistan bowler against England in Test matches and the best debut bowling-figures by an Pakistan bowler against England in Tests, surpassing the previous record of 5 for 63 held by Wahab Riaz at The Oval in 2010.
  • Abrar Ahmed became the only the second Pakistan bowler to took ten-wickets on Test debut in a match after Mohammad Zahid against New Zealand at Rawalpindi in 1996.
  • Abrar Ahmed's 11 for 234 was the second debut best bowling figures by an Pakistan bowler in a match after Mohammad Zahid's 11 for 130.
* Babar Azam's unbeaten half-century puts Pakistan in control after a Impressive bowling performance from Debutant Abrar Ahmed's debut seven-wicket haul to England collapse for 281 on the opening day of the second Test match.

* Ben Duckett and Harry Brook's fifties drive England take 281-run second innings lead after Jack Leach stars with ball as Pakistan collapse eight wickets in the morning session on the day two of the second Test match.

* Pakistan fighting in 355-run chase as late breakthrough buoys England, Harry Brook's second century and trio of wonder-balls gives England hope of famous series win in the day three of the second Test match.

* Mark Wood stars as England clinch three-match series with a 26-run win over Pakistan, 80-run stand for the sixth-wicket gives Pakistan hope
until double-strike on stroke of lunch in a nerve-shredding fourth and final day of the second Test match.


England 1st Innings scored 281 for all-out in 51.4 overs with top scorer by Ben Duckett blasted a 63 off 49-balls including 9-fours & a six.

Ollie Pope cracked a 60 off 61-balls including 5-fours, Mark Wood hammered a unbeaten 36 off 27-balls included 8-fours.

Will Jack struck 31 off 44-balls including 2-fours & a six, Ben Stokes hit 30 off 38-balls included 3-fours & a six and Zak Crawley 19.

1st Innings Pakistan best bowler by Debutant Abrar Ahmed - who took 7-wicket on his debut Test match and Zahid Mahmood picked up 3-wickets for 63-runs in 7.4-overs

Pakistan 1st Innings scored 202 for all-out in 62.5 overs with top scorer by Babar Azam blasted a 75 off 95-balls including 10-fours & a six.

Saud Shakeel cracked a 63 off 106-balls including 10-fours and Faheem Ashraf hit 22 off 31-balls included 4-fours

1st Innings England best bowler by Jack Leach claimed a 4-wickets for 98-runs in 27-overs including seven maidens, Joe Root, Mark Wood both took 2-wickets and one for Ollie Robinson - James Anderson.

England 2nd Innings scored 275 for all-out in 64.5 overs with top scorer by Harry Brook blasted a 108 off 149-balls - which was his 2nd Test hundred & also his second century against Pakistan in Tests - including 14-fours.

Ben Duckett cracked a 79 off 98-balls including 6-fours, Ben Stokes hit 41 off 51-balls included one-six & a four and Joe Root scored 23 off 35-balls including two boundaries.

2nd Innings Pakistan best bowler by Abrar Ahmed claimed a 4-wickets for 120-runs in 29-overs including three maidenn, Zahid Mahmood picked up 3-wickets and Mohammad Nawaz took one-wicket.

Pakistan 2nd Innings scored 328 for all-out in 102.1 overs with top scorer by Saud Shakeel struck 94 off 213-balls - who fell six-run short of his century - including 8-fours.

Imam-ul-Haq cracked a 60 off 104-balls including 7-fours, Abdullah Shafique hit 45 off 94-balls included 4-fours & 2-sixes, Mohammad Nawaz hit 45 off 62-balls included 7-fours.

Mohammad Rizwan hit 30 off 43-balls including two boundaries, Agha Salman scored a unbeaten 20 off 31-balls included 4-fours and Debutant Abrar Ahmed - who hammered a 17 off 12-balls on his debut Test match - including four boundaries.

2nd Innings England best bowler by Mark Wood claimed a 4-wickets for 65-runs in 21-overs including two maidens, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson both took 2-wickets and one for Joe Root - Jack Leach.

Harry Brook named Player of the match for his second-innings 108.

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