BIRMINGHAM: Pakistan were all out for 400 runs in the first innings of Edgbaston Test, in reply of England’s 297, taking 103 runs lead.
Loosing Hafeez in the very first over of second day, Azhar Ali and Sami Aslam had given Pakistan a steady start, adding 181 runs for the second wicket partnership. It was Sami Aslam who fell prey of a suicidal call from hi partner. He departed for 82 runs.
Azhar Ali went on to complete his hundred, scoring 139 before edging one of Woakes out swinger. He fell on the last ball of Day 2.
Pakistan’s last 7 wickets fell for just 143 runs. Misbah 56, Sarfraz 46* and Younis 31 were the other contributors.
Woakes and Broad took 3 wickets apiece while Anderson, who later went off the attack for running on the pitch, grabbed two key wickets.
Here are the fall of wickets of Pakistan’s first innings Edgbaston Test: