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Pakistan 30-2 at lunch after England make 141 DUBAI: Pakistan reached 30-2 at lunch on the second day of the third and final Test against England at Dubai Stadium on Saturday.   England were earlier bowled for 141 in their first innings, taking a 42-run lead on Pakistan's first knock total of 99. Azhar Ali and Younis Khan were at the crease on one each.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
England bowled out for 141 in third Test     DUBAI: England were bowled out for 141 in their first innings on the second day of the third and final Test against Pakistan at Dubai Stadium on Saturday.   This gives England a 42-run lead over Pakistan's first innings total of 99. Andrew Strauss top scored for England with 56. Left-arm spinner Abdul Rehman finished with 5-40. Pakistan already have an unassailable 2-0 lead.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
Pakistan all out for 99 in third Test KARACHI: Pakistan were all out for 99 against England in the third and final Test played at Dubai Stadium on Friday. Two batsmen reach double figures. Asad Shafiq was 24 while Saeed Ajmal was one not out after Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. Pakistan, leading the series 2-0 following their ten-wicket win in the first Test in Dubai and 72 run victory in the second Test in Abu Dhabi, brought back paceman Aizaz Cheema in ...
England edge ahead as wickets tumble in third Test  DUBAI: England edged to a slender five-run lead over Pakistan at the close as 16 wickets fell during an extraordinary opening day of the third and final test at Dubai Stadium Friday. Routed for a low score of 99 in their first innings by England pacemen Stuart Broad (4-36) and James Anderson (3-35), Pakistan spinners moved to the fore to leave England struggling at 104-6. England, playing for pride after losing the first two Tests and the ...
Pakistan struggling at 53-7 at lunch  DUBAI: Pakistan went into lunch at 53-7 on the opening day of the third and final Test against England at Dubai Stadium on Friday. At the break Asad Shafiq was 24 while Saeed Ajmal was one not out after Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. England paceman Stuart Broad had figures of 4-21.             Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012     ...

 



 
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