Rawalpindi: Pakistan scored 80 runs for the loss of two wickets at the end of the fourth day of the Rawalpindi Test, the national cricket team is chasing a target of 343, but it remains his eight wickets.
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It should also be remembered that on the fourth day of the first test match of the three tests held between Pakistan and England, England expected 343 runs for Pakistan. to win.
At the tea break on the fourth day of the match, England declared their second innings on 264 runs with three wickets remaining, giving England a total of 342 runs. .
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Chasing the target of 343 runs, Pakistan’s national cricket team did not get off to a good start as Abdullah Shafiq was dismissed for just six runs. Robinson was dismissed at the same time by incoming batsman Azhar Ali. back to the pavilion as captain Babra Azam walked off the field after adding just four runs, he was shown the way to the pavilion by Ben Stokes.
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In England’s second innings, Harry Brooke and Jack Crawley scored 87 and 50 respectively, while Naseem Shah, Muhammad Ali and Zahid Mehmood took two wickets for Pakistan, while Salman Agha took one wicket.