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Pakistan vs England 3rd Test 2022 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs England 3rd Test 2022 - England tour of Pakistan 3-match Test series of the 3rd Test match played between England and Pakistan at National Stadium, Karachi in 17th December to 21st December 2022.

Pakistan vs England 3rd Test 2022 Highlights
Jack Leach claimed four wickets on the first day in Karachi © Getty Images

Harry Brook, Ben Foakes, Jack Leach and debutant Rehan Ahmed guided England comprehensive eight-wicket victory over Pakistan and registered their historic first 3-0 whitewash against Pakistan in the third Test match.

Match Stats :
  • This is the 14th time England have whitewashed their oppositions in a bilateral three-match series in Test matches and and registered their historic first 3-0 whitewash against Pakistan in Tests.
  • This is the 17th time Pakistan have suffered a clean sweep in a bilateral series in Test matches.
  • This is the first instance of Pakistan getting whitewashed at home Test series of three or more matches. This is only the 9th instance of a visiting team completing a series whitewash in three or more Tests. The previous clean sweep by the visitors was also by England against Sri Lanka 3-0 in 2018.
  • 18y 126 days : Rehan Ahmed became the youngest player to claim a five-wicket on debut Test match with the 5-wickets in the second innings, surpassing the previous record of 18y 193 days by Pat Cummins against South Africa at Johannesburg in 2011, where he claimed a 6-wicket haul.
  • Harry Brook became the second batsman to score hundreds in each game of an away series of three or more Tests after Daryl Mitchell, when he scored a hundred in all three matches of the England tour earlier this year.
  • Harry Brook is only the second England batsman to score a hundred in each game of a series of three or more Tests, after Ken Barrington against Pakistan in 1967.
  • Rehan Ahmed's 5 for 48 was the third best bowling figures by an England bowler against Pakistan on debut match in Test matches and became the seventh England bowler to claim a five-wicket haul against Pakistan in Tests.

* Abrar Ahmed's wicket maiden over after Babar Azam and Agha Salman's fifties helped to Pakistan posted 304 on the opening day of the  third Test match.

* Harry Brook's extraordinary century, Ben Foakes' half-century and tailenders secure useful advantage as England took a 50-run first-innings lead after Nauman Ali and Abrar Ahmed's four-for on the day 2 of the third Test match.

* Ben Duckett's quick-fire 82* seals England seals historic 3-0 whitewash against Pakistan on the day of the third Test match.


Pakistan 1st Innings scored  304 for all-out in 79 overs with top scorer by Babar Azam struck 78 off 123-balls including 9-fours.

Agha Salman cracked a 56 off 93-balls including 6-fours, Azhar Ali hit 45 off 68-balls included 6-fours, Shan Masood struck 30 off 37-balls including 5-fours.

Saud Shakeel scored 23 off 58-balls including 3-fours, Nauman Ali hit 20 off 24-balls included 3-fours and Mohammad Rizwan 19.

1st Innings England best bowler by Jack Leach claimed a 4-wickets for 140-runs in 31-overs including two maidens.

Debutant Rehan Ahmed - who took 2-wickets on his Test debut first innings bowling, Joe Root, Ollie Robinson and Mark Wood each took one-wickets.

England 1st Innings scored 354 for all-out in 81.4 overs with top scorer by Harry Brook hammered a 111 off 150-balls - which was his 3rd Test hundred, his third century against Pakistan in Tests and also his third century in this series - including 8-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 74.

Ben Foakes scored 64 off 121-balls including 6-fours, Ollie Pope struck 51 off 64-balls included 4-fours.

Mark Wood cracked a 35 off 41-balls including 4-fours, Ollie Robinson blasted a 29 off 20-balls included 5-fours with strike rate of 145.

Ben Stokes struck 26 off 33-balls including 4-fours and Ben Duckett scored 26 off 37-balls included one-six & a four.

1st Innings Pakistan best bowler by Nauman Ali claimed a 4-wickets for 126-runs in 30-overs including a maiden, Abrar Ahmed picked up 4-wickets for 150-runs in 34.4-overs included five maidens and Mohammad Wasim took one-wicket.

Pakistan 2nd Innings scored 216 for all-out in 74.5 overs with top scorer by Babar Azam struck 54 off 104-balls including 6-fours.

Saud Shakeel cracked a 53 off 133-balls including 6-fours, Abdullah Shafique scored 26 off 54-balls included 4-fours, Shan Masood hit 24 off 43-balls included 3-fours & a six, Agha Salman 21 and Nauman Ali 15.

2nd Innings England best bowler by debutant Rehan Ahmed - who claimed a his first five-wicket on his debut Test match, Jack Leach picked up 3-wickets and one for Mark Wood - Joe Root.

England chased 172-2 in 28.1 overs with top scorer by Ben Duckett hammered a unbeaten 82 off 78-balls including 12-fours with strike rate of 105.12.

Zak Crawley cracked a run-a-ball 41-runs including 7-fours and Ben Stokes scored a unbeaten 35 off 43-balls included 3-fours

2nd Innings Pakistan best bowler by Abrar Ahmed took 2-wickets for 78-runs in 12-overs.

Harry Brook named Player of the match for his quick-fire 111-runs in the first innings.

Harry Brook earned player of the series for contributing 468-runs in the three-match series.


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