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Cricket - Pak vs Eng 2012

Pakistan 54-3 at tea in second Test     ABU DHABI: Pakistan were 54-3 at tea on the third day of the second Test against England at Abu Dhabi Stadium here Friday. They still trail England by 16 runs with Azhar Ali on 12 and Misbah-ul Haq on 12 at the crease. England took a 70-run first innings lead by scoring 327. Pakistan lead the three-Test series by 1-0.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...

Cricket - Pak vs Eng 2012

Pakistan in trouble after Panesar ABU DHABI: Left-arm spinner Monty Panesar struck two crucial blows to put Pakistan in trouble in the second Test against England at Abu Dhabi Stadium here on Friday. Panesar removed opener Mohammad Hafeez (22) and experienced Younis Khan (one) as Pakistan failed to come through unscathed in a potentially tricky second session, reaching 54-3 at tea on the second day, still trailing by 16 runs. Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 12, with skipper Misbah-ul Haq also on ...

Cricket - Pak vs Eng 2012

Broad half-century gives England lead           ABU DHABI: Stuart Broad made an aggressive 58 not out to steer England to a slender advantage over a fumbling Pakistan on the third day of the second Test at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Friday. The 25-year-old left-hander added an invaluable 41 runs with Ian Bell (29) for the seventh wicket after England resumed at 207-5 to take them to 323-8 at lunch, giving them a lead of 66 runs. Broad, who has so far hit six ...

Cricket - Pak vs Eng 2012

England dismissed for 327 in second Test     ABU DHABI: England were dismissed for 327 in their first innings soon after lunch on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Friday.   That gave England a lead of 70 runs over Pakistan's first-innings total of 257. Stuart Broad remained not out on 58. Pakistan lead the three-Test series 1-0. Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...

Cricket - Pak vs Eng 2012

England 323-8 at lunch in second Test     ABU DHABI: England reached 323-8 at lunch on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Friday.   They lead by 66 runs over Pakistan's first innings score of 257. At the break Stuart Broad was unbeaten on 58 and James Anderson on nine not out. Pakistan lead the three-Test series 1-0.     Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012   ...