In the third test match, Pakistan’s team has become a victim of follow-on.

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In the third test match, Pakistan's team has become a victim of follow-on.
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In the third test match, Pakistan's team has become a victim of follow-on.

In the third test match, Pakistan’s team has become a victim of follow-on against England. The whole team faced 93 overs and scored only 273. Azhar ali was a successful batsman from Pakistan who faced 272 balls and made 141 runs with the help of 21 fours and remained out. Apart from the national captain, no other batsman could show good performance. However, wicket keeper Muhammad Rizwan also showed great effort and was able to make his half century. He scored 53 runs with the help of five fours.

From England, James Anderson was a successful bowler. He showed Pakistan’s five players the way to the pavilion by giving only 56 runs. Apart from this, two wickets came in the part of Stuart Broad and one wicket came in the part of Woakes and Dominic Bess. England lead Pakistan by 310 runs. While changing Pakistan’s batting order in second innings, captain Azhar Ali came to the field for opening but due to low light the game was over.

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