Geo.tv – Pakistan´s Mohammad Abbas (R) celebrates taking the wicket of England´s Jos Buttler on the fourth day of the first international Test match between England and Pakistan at Lord´s cricket ground in London on May 27, 2018.

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  • Pakistan´s Mohammad Abbas (R) celebrates taking the wicket of England´s Jos Buttler on the fourth day of the first international Test match between England and Pakistan at Lord´s cricket ground in London on May 27, 2018.
  • —AFP photoLONDON: Pakistan were set a target of just 64 runs to win the first Test at Lord’s on Sunday following England´s latest batting collapse.
  • That they had not already lost this match by an innings was down to a century stand between the recalled Jos Buttler and Test debutant Dominic Bess that allowed England to resume Sunday on 235 for six, a lead of 56 runs.
  • Pakistan team walks off the pitch after taking England´s last wicket on the fourth day of the first international Test match between England and Pakistan at Lord´s cricket ground in London on May 27, 2018.
  • —AFP photoEngland´s were now 236 for seven and that soon became 241 for eight, after the tourists took the new ball, when Mark Wood edged Mohammad Amir to Pakistan captain and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed.


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