Pak vs Eng, 1st Test Day 5 Score: England’s Historic Win At Rawalpindi, Win Test In PAK After 17 Years



England bowled out Pakistan for 268 runs in Rawalpindi Monday to win the first Test by 74 runs.


657 (101.0)

1st Innings


579 (155.3)

264/7 (35.5)

2nd Innings

268 (96.3)

Run Rate: (Current: 2.78)

ENG win by 74 runs

Last Wicket: Naseem Shah lbw b Jack Leach 6 (46) – 268/10 in 96.3 Over

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LIVE | Pakistan vs England, 1st Test Day 5 Scorecard

 Pakistan vs England, 1st Test Day 5 Score: England showcased its masterful approach of aggression in test cricket with a superb 74-run victory over Pakistan in the final session of the first test on Sunday.

Needing 263 runs with eight wickets in hand on Day 5, Pakistan was dismissed for 268 against the reverse swing of James Anderson (4-36) and Ollie Robinson (4-50) — losing its last five wickets for just 11 runs after tea.

Jack Leach had the last wicket of Naseem Shah, trapped leg before wicket, after England delayed the second new ball for well over an hour with Anderson and Robinson doing the damage with the old ball.

Pakistan succumbed to the relentless attacking field settings of England captain Ben Stokes before Robinson and veteran Anderson sliced through the lower order after Pakistan was placed at 257-5 going into the final session.

Robinson had earlier ended the nearly four-hour defiance of one of the four Pakistan debutants – Saud Shakeel – in the second session to a brilliant diving catch by Keaton Jennings as the lefthander top-scored with 76.

England had posted an electrifying 657 and Pakistan responded with 579 to concede a 78-run lead on a grass-less wicket where seven batters from both sides scored centuries.

England made a bold declaration with another rapid 264-7 in just 35.5 overs on Day 4 and set Pakistan a challenging target of 343 in four sessions.

England leads its first test series in Pakistan in 17 years 1-0 with Multan and Karachi scheduled to host the remaining two games.

Published Date: December 5, 2022 5:57 PM IST

Updated Date: December 5, 2022 5:59 PM IST

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