PAK vs ENG 1st Test: England scored 506 runs on the first day of the Test – breaking a 112-year-old record, four centuries

PAK vs ENG 1st Test: T20 world champions England are now on a roll in the longer format. A century-old record was broken in the first Test against Pakistan at Rawalpindi. did Became the first team to score 500 runs on the first day of the Test. 112 years ago, Australia has rewritten the feat created. Kangaroos’ 494 runs against South Africa in Sydney in 1910 The record was wiped out. And after 17 years, the English won the Test series in Pakistan. It is known that he is playing.

Four centuries

England‌ The players virus‌ Despite being affected, they jumped in the first test against Pakistan. At the end of the first day’s play, they scored 506 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Harry Brook‌ (101 batting‌; 14×4, 2×6 off 81 balls), Ben‌Stokes‌ (34 batting‌; 6×4, 1×6 in 15 balls) remained unbeaten. toss England’s openers who came to the winning batting were Jack Crawley (122; 21×4, 0x6 off 111 balls), Ben‌ Duckett‌ (107; 15×4, 0x6 in 110 balls) Fantastic‌ Opening‌ Provided. A partnership of 233 runs was established for the first wicket. Duckett was bowled by Zahid in the 35th over. Mohammad‌ Out‌ Doing so broke up this partnership. Jack‌ Crawley Harris‌ Rauf‌ Bould‌ He did.

Barely Pak‌ Bowling

The joy of wickets did not last long for Pakistan. Ollie Pope in One‌Down‌ (108; 14×4, 0x6 off 104 balls), Harry Brook‌ (101*) scored centuries. Pak‌ The bowlers were played. Aggressive batting beyond T20s‌ did Brook‌ He tried to break the 122-year-old record. He missed the chance to become the fastest Englishman to score a Test century by 4 balls. And Crawley England‌ He became the fastest century opener in history. In the 70th over, Pope was bowled by Mohammed. Ali out‌ did Joroot‌ (23) Did not score big.

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