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Younus Khan makes 31st test century as England toil

DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan overcame the early dismissal of captain Misbah-ul-Haq as Younus Khan's 31st test century helped the hosts reach 311 for four at lunch on the fourth day of the second test on Sunday, 447 runs ahead...

England batting not good enough, says Root

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Joe Root admitted England’s batsmen were not good enough after the tourists lost the last seven wickets of their first innings for a paltry 36 runs on Saturday to all but hand the second...

England should fear Yasir’s leg-spin, says paceman Wahab

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistani leg-spinner Yasir Shah should be the bowler England most fear when the tourists bat again, team mate Wahab Riaz said on Saturday after the duo picked up six wickets between them on a...

Pakistan extend lead after England’s morning collapse

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan overcame the loss of two early wickets to reach 92 for three at tea on the third day of the second test on Saturday, 228 runs ahead of England after Wahab Riaz and...

Top 10 knocks by Non-Asian Batsmen in the Subcontinent

Test cricket is not at all a child’s play and it requires enormous grit, passion and vigor to overcome the various obstacles and put up a fight especially when one is exposed to alien conditions. Asian batsmen often pry...

England’s Broad eyes crucial morning against Pakistan

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - England's Stuart Broad believes the next hour’s play could decide the outcome of the second test against Pakistan after the tourists ended the second day on 182 for three, 196 runs behind but with...

Root defiant after Pakistan make early inroads

DUBAI (Reuters) - Joe Root’s unbeaten half-century helped stuttering England reach 182 for three at the close on the second day of the second test on Friday after Pakistan’s seam and spin attack ran through the tourists’ top order. Pakistan,...

Pakistan humbled for 378 by England

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan were bowled out for 378 on the second day of the second test against England on Friday after some erratic slogging following captain Misbah-ul-Haq's dismissal in the morning’s first over. Pakistan had resumed on...