Pak Maintain Firm Grip
Mail Today|August 08, 2020
Bundle out England for 219 to open 127-run lead on Day 3

England reeling as Pakistan opens 127-run lead on Day 3. England was bowled out for 219, a 107-run first-innings deficit, after losing six wickets to Pakistan’s leg-spinners on the third day of the first test at Old Trafford on Friday.

At tea Pakistan stretched its lead by another 20 runs to take control despite Shan Masood’s duck.

Ollie Pope’s 62 was as good as it got for the England batsmen, with the majority of those runs scored on day two, with Yasir Shah claiming 4-66 and Shadab Khan taking the last two wickets.

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