Pakistan requires just 64 to win 1st check v England


Associated Press

LONDON (AP) – Pakistan was set a focus on of 64 to gain the 1st check versus England at Lord’s on Sunday soon after the house side was bowled out for 242 on the fourth working day.

England missing its last 4 wickets in its 2nd innings for just 7 runs in the morning.

Resuming with England on 235-6, Jos Buttler was trapped lbw by Mohammad Abbas off the eighth ball of the morning, acquiring taken just a solitary in the opening over to shift on to 67.

Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas celebrates after taking the wicket ofEngland's Jos Butler lbw during the fourth day of play of the first test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London, Sunday, May 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas celebrates after taking the wicket ofEngland's Jos Butler lbw during the fourth day of play of the first test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London, Sunday, May 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas celebrates soon after taking the wicket ofEngland’s Jos Butler lbw in the course of the fourth working day of play of the initially examination cricket match concerning England and Pakistan at Lord’s cricket ground in London, Sunday, Might 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

10 balls afterwards, Mark Wooden feathered a capture at the rear of to wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed off Mohammad Amir for 4, and Stuart Broad () did the exact same the upcoming in excess of off Abbas.

Amir also took the closing wicket, getting rid of the off stump of overnight batsman Dom Bess for 57. James Anderson was not out.

Amir and Abbas completed the innings with four wickets apiece.

Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas, is hugged by a teammate as he celebrates after taking the wicket of England's Jos Butler lbw during the fourth day of play of the first test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London, Sunday, May 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas, is hugged by a teammate as he celebrates after taking the wicket of England's Jos Butler lbw during the fourth day of play of the first test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London, Sunday, May 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas, is hugged by a teammate as he celebrates right after getting the wicket of England’s Jos Butler lbw in the course of the fourth working day of participate in of the first exam cricket match concerning England and Pakistan at Lord’s cricket floor in London, Sunday, May 27, 2018. (AP Photograph/Alastair Grant)

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Pakistan requires just 64 to acquire 1st exam v England