Hafeez builds on Pakistan's lead

Pakistan v England, 3rd Test, Sharjah, 4th day
James Anderson gave England an encouraging start by bowling the nightwatchman, Rahat Ali, for 0© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesJames Anderson gave England an encouraging start by bowling the nightwatchman, Rahat Ali, for 0
However, Mohammad Hafeez completed his ninth Test century to cement Pakistan's position© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesHowever, Mohammad Hafeez completed his ninth Test century to cement Pakistan's position
Hafeez was adept at working the spinners for singles© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesHafeez was adept at working the spinners for singles
At the other end, Misbah-ul-Haq was his usual solid self© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesAt the other end, Misbah-ul-Haq was his usual solid self
England's players took the field wearing black armbands in memory of Tom Graveney, who has died aged 88© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesEngland's players took the field wearing black armbands in memory of Tom Graveney, who has died aged 88
Stuart Broad eventually trapped Misbah lbw for 38 with the second new ball© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesStuart Broad eventually trapped Misbah lbw for 38 with the second new ball
Sarfraz Ahmed made a sprightly 36© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesSarfraz Ahmed made a sprightly 36
... before being bowled by Samit Patel© Getty Images
© Getty Images... before being bowled by Samit Patel
But Asad Shafiq marshalled Pakistan's tail to keep the lead growing© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesBut Asad Shafiq marshalled Pakistan's tail to keep the lead growing
He was eventually bowled for 46 by a beauty from Stuart Broad© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesHe was eventually bowled for 46 by a beauty from Stuart Broad
Broad and Anderson returned the combined match figures of 11 for 126© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesBroad and Anderson returned the combined match figures of 11 for 126
Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali launched England's pursuit of 284© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesAlastair Cook and Moeen Ali launched England's pursuit of 284
Moeen began with aggression and a fair amount of luck© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesMoeen began with aggression and a fair amount of luck
He was struck a painful blow on the back of the helmet by Wahab Riaz© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesHe was struck a painful blow on the back of the helmet by Wahab Riaz
... but it was Shoaib Malik's offspin that dismissed him, lbw for 22© Getty Images
© Getty Images... but it was Shoaib Malik's offspin that dismissed him, lbw for 22
Shoaib added a second in his next over, when he bowled Ian Bell for a duck© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesShoaib added a second in his next over, when he bowled Ian Bell for a duck
Pakistan reached the close needing eight more wickets to win a hard-fought Test© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesPakistan reached the close needing eight more wickets to win a hard-fought Test

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  • M on November 4, 2015, 15:20 GMT

    Can one of the Englishmen rise to the challenge, it has to be Cook, Root or Taylor.. However, it looks Pak will win making it 2-0.,

  • Shahrior Alam on November 4, 2015, 13:04 GMT

    2015 is the year of breaking long lasting records. Mumbai Indians won the 2nd trophy where Saf won ODI series after 15 years later in India. Bangladesh won their first ODI series against Pakistan, India

  •   Sabzar Shafi on November 4, 2015, 11:50 GMT

    eagrly waiting for the (wahab and rahat) (yasir and babar) spells

  •   King Yousafzai on November 4, 2015, 11:46 GMT

    going to be a good game 284 to win :) inshallah Pakistan will win

  •   Sabzar Shafi on November 4, 2015, 11:41 GMT

    when pakistan will come to bowl , definitely the pitch will look different (the broken rough surfaced fifth day track )

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