Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
73 | 5 Runs | PAK: 214/4

  • Abdul Razzaq25 (91b)
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq56 (111b)
  • Monty Panesar27-7-60-2
  • Liam Plunkett12-2-41-0

So, this first Test draws to a close, quite literally, with England failing to make the breakthroughs they needed and Pakistan deciding they weren't interested in chasing their mammoth target. Thanks for joining us; we've enjoyed bringing the commentary to you, hope you've had fun. Tune in again next Thursday when the series resumes at Old Trafford and until then, it's goodbye!

72.6
4
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR runs, huge swoosh over the top to round things off - nice, and that's stumps, time, showers.
72.5
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, flighted right in there at his toes
72.4
1
Panesar to Inzamam-ul-Haq, 1 run, pitched on leg and Inzamam moves across to drive that through the off-side. Good shot and cheeky running
72.3
0
Panesar to Inzamam-ul-Haq, no run, that one pitches out leg and there are cries of ‘Catch it’
72.2
0
Panesar to Inzamam-ul-Haq, no run, good pressure - for what it's worth - from Panesar who forces another forward defensive
72.1
0
Panesar to Inzamam-ul-Haq, no run, Inzamam makes sure to defend

END OF OVER:
72 | 5 Runs | PAK: 209/4

  • Abdul Razzaq21 (89b)
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq55 (107b)
  • Liam Plunkett12-2-41-0
  • Monty Panesar26-7-55-2
71.6
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, shorter ball, kept low and surprised the batsman. He moved onto his backfoot, anticipating the higher bounce but, in the end, he was lucky that the ball went over the outside edge. Good ball to end the over
71.5
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, speared in at yorker length, but dug out much to Plukett’s anguish
71.4
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, good line and length; equally good defensive shot
71.3
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run,
71.2
4
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR runs, full and on off-stump; unconvincing shot but somehow gets bat on ball and a thick edge runs away through fine leg
71.1
1
Plunkett to Inzamam-ul-Haq, 1 run, straight ball; defensive push

END OF OVER:
71 | 1 Run | PAK: 204/4

  • Abdul Razzaq17 (84b)
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq54 (106b)
  • Monty Panesar26-7-55-2
  • Liam Plunkett11-2-36-0
70.6
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, swishes an attempted cut and misses completely – ball goes over the edge to cries of ‘Ooh’
70.5
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, more defending
70.4
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, any danger crushed by a defensive shot
70.3
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, rips that one past the outside edge; big turn, pitching on leg and moving way past the off-stump
70.2
0
Panesar to Abdul Razzaq, no run, goes over the wicket and that’s defended
70.1
1
Panesar to Inzamam-ul-Haq, 1 run, walks into a cover-drive

END OF OVER:
70 | 6 Runs | PAK: 203/4

  • Abdul Razzaq17 (79b)
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq53 (105b)
  • Liam Plunkett11-2-36-0
  • Monty Panesar25-7-54-2
69.7
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, sails through down the off-side line; harmless enough
69.6
4
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR runs, stands up and fends a rising delivery down through third man off the backfoot; a deliberate shot, well played
69.5
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, straighter, and the batsman squares up to defend off the backfoot
69.4
0
Plunkett to Abdul Razzaq, no run, swung away and collected by the keeper
69.3
1
Plunkett to Inzamam-ul-Haq, 1 run, pushed off the backfoot into the legside
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Pakistan 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
0Imran FarhatSalman Butt
33Faisal IqbalImran Farhat
83Mohammad YousufFaisal Iqbal
25Inzamam-ul-HaqFaisal Iqbal
73Inzamam-ul-HaqAbdul Razzaq