As Pakistan closed in on Pakistan’s initial innings total of 309/10, Harry Brook, England’s batter, scored his third century. England now have a 2-0 lead in the series and are determined to sweep the hosts.
Brooks flung Mohammad Wasim Jr.’s fifth ball towards deep middle-wicket in the 33rd over England’s first innings. He then ran two runs alongside Captain Ben Stokes. Brooks and Stokes tried to score an unlikely third run but Brooks turned his back towards his crease when he saw the ball coming towards him. Stokes was already sprinting towards the striker’s goal when he was run out.
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On the official Twitter handle of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Stokes’ unfortunate dismissal has been shared. The video was titled “Utterly, utter confusion!” It quickly became a viral video on social media.
Pakistan lost both of their first two matches despite playing in domestic conditions. They lost the first Test by runs of 74 and the second by runs of 26. These two defeats further hampered Pakistan’s chances to qualify for the World Test Championship (WTC) 2021-23. They are now at the No. They have slipped to the No. 6 position in the standings for qualification into the coveted WTC final.
Brook, an England batter, is on fire in this series. Brook, a right-handed batsman, has scored 468 runs in three matches at an amazing average of 93.60. He also has three hundreds and one-hundredth century runs. Babar Azam, the Pakistan captain, is the second-highest run-getter in this series with 294 runs across three matches at an average 58.80. Abrar Ahmed, a young Pakistani bowler, has so far taken 13 wickets.