On the second day of the Multan Test, England started the second innings with a lead of 79 runs, but the first wicket of the English team fell on 11 runs.
Zac Crawley and Ben Duckett opened the second innings on behalf of England, but Abrar Ahmed sent Zach Crawley to the pavilion by running out for 3 runs.
On the second day of the Test, the Pakistan team was bowled out for 202 runs before the first session, after which England has a lead of 94 runs.
Pakistan’s first innings
On the second day of the Multan Test, Pakistan started the match with 107 runs for the loss of 2 wickets, but after the dismissal of captain Babar Azam for 75 runs and then Saud Shakeel for 63 runs in the first session, the wicket line was drawn.
After that, Muhammad Rizwan 10, Muhammad Nawaz 1, Muhammad Ali and Zahid Mehmood scored zero outs and Faheem Ashraf got out with 22 runs while Abrar Ahmed remained not out with 7 runs.
On the second day, in the first session, captain Babar Azam was bowled for 75 runs off the ball of English bowler Ollie Robinson, after which Saud Shakeel caught James Anderson off Jack Leach’s ball and returned to the pavilion with 63 runs.
The fifth wicket of the national team took the form of Muhammad Rizwan when Jack Leach bowled Muhammad Rizwan for just 10 runs. Both the last wickets of Zahid Mehmood and Faheem Ashraf were taken by Mark Wood.
First day of the second test match
On the first day of the Multan Test match, the entire England team was bowled out by scoring 281 runs against England.
After which Abdullah Shafiq and Imamul Haq from Pakistan team started the innings on the first day, but Imamul Haq got out without scoring any runs on 5 runs, after that Abdullah Shafiq also returned to the pavilion after scoring 14 runs.