Catch up with all the action from day three of the second Test between England and Pakistan
Jos Buttler finished unbeaten on 80 as England were bowled out for 363 on the third morning of the second Test against Pakistan.
Needing 189 just to make England bat again, Pakistan were 48-3 at lunch as James Anderson claimed two wickets and Stuart Broad took the third.
Joe Root’s side began the day on 302-7 and their positive intent was clear from the outset, Buttler and Sam Curran pouncing on anything loose from the Pakistan bowlers.
Mohammad Abbas broke the stand when Curran (20) edged to slip and with only Broad and Anderson left to bat, Buttler went into one-day mode and brought up his half-century with a top-edged pull that sailed over fine leg for six.
Broad (2) was then well caught in the deep off Faheem Ashraf before Anderson guided the ball to first slip, giving Hasan Ali his second wicket and leaving Buttler, who had launched the ball into the rugby stadium in the previous over, stranded.
The Pakistan openers began brightly as England’s bowlers pitched the ball up, looking for swing, but after hitting a couple of boundaries, Azhar Ali (11) had his middle stump uprooted by Anderson.
Dom Bess then took a brilliant one-handed grab at mid-off to give Anderson his second and send Haris Sohail (8) on his way and Broad claimed the final wicket of the morning, Asad Shafiq (5) strangled down the legside and given out on review.
June 3, 2018, 7:00pm
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