Geo.tv – England´s Stuart Broad appeals unsuccessfully for a wicket as he bowls on the first day of the second Test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Headingley cricket ground in Leeds, northern England on June 1, 2018.

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  • England´s Stuart Broad appeals unsuccessfully for a wicket as he bowls on the first day of the second Test cricket match between England and Pakistan at Headingley cricket ground in Leeds, northern England on June 1, 2018.
  • Photo: AFPLEEDS, United Kingdom: Pakistan slumped to 174 all out after winning the toss on the first day of the second Test against England at Headingley on Friday.
  • But it was bold move given that when England batted first in the first Test at Lord’s, Pakistan had dismissed the home side for 184 to set up a nine-wicket win that put them 1-0 up in this two-match series.
  • Need to put a strong performance: RootPakistan won the first Test by nine wickets at Lord’s inside four days on Sunday to go 1-0 up in a two-match series but England team captain Joe Root believes the fact his team are back in action so soon will benefit them in Leeds.
  • The 26-year-old bowler, who took five wickets in Pakistan’s nine-wicket triumph at Lord’s, told reporters ahead of the second Test, “It’s a big achievement winning in Test cricket in England against England at home.”


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