Pakistan vs England 3rd Test Day 4 Live Scores | PAK vs ENG 3rd Test Live Scores & Commentary
Pakistan vs England 3rd Test Day 4 Live Scores This Match Will be Played at National Stadium Karachi from 17th December to 21st December 2022 This Match Will Start at 10.30am From Indian Standard time. PAK vs ENG 3rd Test…
Pakistan vs England 3rd Test Day 4 Live Scores This Match Will be Played at National Stadium Karachi from 17th December to 21st December 2022 This Match Will Start at 10.30am From Indian Standard time. PAK vs ENG 3rd Test Live Commentary By Sports Updates by Chandan.
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Good morning everyone! Hello and a warm welcome to our coverage of the fourth day’s play of the Third and Final Test match of this 3-Test match series featuring the hosts Pakistan against the visitors England from the National Stadium in Karachi. It was an entertaining day of cricket as the Test match moved forward at breathtaking speed. At the end of the day it is England who are firmly in control as they need a further 55 runs to win the series 3-0 and inflicts a whitewash on the hosts Pakistan. Pakistan needs a miracle to take 8 wickets within the 55 runs more needed. One feels we should be done and dusted by an hour’s play today.
The day started with Pakistan resuming at 21/0 trailing by 29 runs with Shan Masood and Abdullah Shafique at the crease. The duo added 32 more runs to the overnight total before Masood fell for 24 trying to reverse sweep Jack Leach. Azhar Ali playing in his final Test and innings fell soon after to Leach for a duck and Shafique fell for 26 an over later as Pakistan went from 53/0 to 54/3 in no time. All three wickets went to Jack Leach. Thereafter it was skipper Babar Azam who steadied the ship alongside Saud Shakeel as they added 110 runs for the fourth wicket with both scoring fifties. Babar scored 54 off 104 while Shakeel scored 53 off 133 balls as Pakistan reached 164 with 7 wickets in hand.
With that its stumps on day 3. What a session and what a remarkable day of Test match cricket for the English team. England will need just 55 more runs to wrap up the game when we come back tomorrow. Rehan Ahmed was the hero for England with a five wicket haul and a quick but short lived attacking knock of 10 off 8 deliveries. The day began on a high for England as Jack Leach picked up 3 wickets in the space of 6 deliveries getting rid of the Pakistan top order inside the first hour. Skipper Babar Azam then stitched a strong 110 run partnership alongside Saud Shakeel and played through the lunch session.
Babar brought up his 25th Test half century and also became the fourth batter to score over 1000 Test runs in the calendar year joining the ranks of Joe Root Usman Khawaja and Jonny Bairstow. Saud Shakeel continued his great run of form in this series scoring his 4th half century in 3 matches 3 of them have come in the second innings. Rehan Ahmed wasn’t called up to bowl until halfway through the afternoon session but when he was introduced in the attack he chipped in with three quick wickets in his first 5 overs dismissing both Babar and Shakeel alongside wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan who was dropped by Zak Crawley at cover but was dismissed the very next ball nicking one to the keeper.
Rehan then demolished the middle order by getting rid of Agha Salman and Mohammad Wasim jnr getting his maiden 5-wicket haul on debut becoming the youngest England bowler to achieve the feat as England were set a total of 167 runs to win. Openers Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett provided England with an assault adding 87 runs in 11.3 overs when Zak Crawley was trapped in front against Abrar Ahmed. There were more surprises in store with Rehan Ahmed getting a promotion at number 3 and Ben Stokes coming out at 4 once the debutant was dismissed.
Ben Duckett has helped himself to a brisk and quick unbeaten half century providing England the early impetus as they stand just 55 runs away from a famous whitewash with 8 wickets still in hand. Mohammad Wasim was the most economical bowler for Pakistan in the 2nd innings with an economy of 4.25 rest other bowlers were smashed around at over 6.5.
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