PAK vs ENG: In the last match of the three-match Test series, the Pakistan team had to face defeat by 8 wickets against England. With the defeat of this match, Pakistan has got a 3-0 clean sweep at their own home. The Pakistan team could not win a single match of this series. The third Test ended in the first session of the fourth day itself. Please tell that the Pakistan team has already been out of the race for the World Test Championship.
England’s defeat in the third Test
The last match of the three-match Test series being played between Pakistan and England was played in Karachi. On the fourth day of this Test, the England team won by 8 wickets. Chasing Pakistan’s target of 167 runs, the England team easily achieved the target by losing two wickets. Opener Ben Duckett (82) and Ben Stokes (35) returned unbeaten from their side. Earlier, the entire Pakistan team was bundled out for 216 despite half-centuries from Babar Azam and Saud Shakeel. Player of the match was Harry Brook who scored 111 runs in the first innings. At the same time, he was also selected as the player of the series.
Defeat was also found in the second test.
In the second Test of this series, Pakistan lost to England by 26 runs after a nail-biting match. England scored 281 runs in the first innings of this match. In response, Pakistan’s team was dismissed for just 202 runs. After this, the England team, which came to bat in their second innings, was dismissed for just 275 runs. Pakistan got a target of 355 runs to win the match. But Pakistan’s batsmen failed once again and their team was all out for 328 runs.
Lots of runs scored in the first test
A lot of runs were scored in the first Test of this series. Batting first, England had put 657 runs on the board. In response, the Pakistan team also scored 579 runs. After a good lead, England declared their second innings for 264 runs losing 7 wickets. Pakistan got a target of 343 runs to win. But the Pakistani team was all out for just 268 runs and they lost the match by 74 runs.
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