- ENG - 1st
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- ENG - 2nd
- PAK - 2nd
England - 1st - Innings
Pakistan - 1st - Innings
England - 2nd - Innings
Pakistan - 2nd - Innings
A crushing victory over Pakistan gave England plenty to be pleased about but familiar concerns remain over the make-up of the side.
Most things went right for Pakistan in victory at Lord's. In the second Test, most did not.
England could not have responded more emphatically to their first-Test defeat, completing a 330-run win at Old Trafford on the fourth evening in a manner that answered many of the questions Lord's had presented
Ben Stokes was forced out of the England attack with a calf injury during the afternoon session at Old Trafford and may well have played his last Test cricket of the summer
Runs England won this Test by - their second biggest win against Pakistan by margin of runs. Their biggest win came at Trent Bridge in 2010, by 354 runs.
Number of times Chris Woakes has struck in the first over of his spells in his Test career. He has done so four times already in this series.
No. of consecutive Test inns in which Younis Khan has been dismissed without scoring at least 50 runs - equals his worst streak. His first such streak since 2003.
Wickets taken by James Anderson in England - the most by a fast bowler in home Tests beating Glenn McGrath's tally of 289 wickets.
Runs Pakistan's first wicket has averaged in this series. In their last series in England Pakistan had averaged 11.62 for their fist wicket in four Tests.
Target set by England - the second-highest ever Pakistan have been set to chase in Tests.
Balls taken by Alastair Cook for his fifty in England's second innings; this is his fastest fifty in Tests. Previous fastest came off 56 balls, v India in Mohali, 2007-08
Highest 4th-inngs total in Tests at Old Trafford, by Australia in 1981. In terms of overs faced, the best is 145.1, by India in 1959
Instances of England not enforcing the follow-on despite a lead higher than 391; in 1930 v WI (lead 563), and v Aus in 1928 (lead 399)
England's 1st-innings lead, their 2nd-highest in a Test v Pakistan. Their highest is 401, at Trent Bridge in 1954
Fifty-plus scores for Misbah in his last 10 Test innings - two hundreds and five fifties.
Instances, in 51 Tests in England, when Pakistan have been seven down for less than 120