England won the three-match Test series 1-0

England won the three-match Test series 1-0

Hostile weather hampered the third and final match after the second match of the series. After overcoming the fear, the field game started after overcoming the rain barrier, but the host England did not see the face of victory. Like the second Test, the match against Pakistan also ended in a draw. As a result, England won the three-match Test series 1-0.

Jamie Anderson touched a record of 600 wickets shortly after the start of the final day’s play on Tuesday (August 25). England could not take all the wickets of Pakistan even on its record day. Pakistan ended the day with 16 runs in their second innings losing 4 wickets. As a result, the English have to be satisfied with the draw.

The hosts won the first match of the series by 3 wickets against visiting Pakistan. As a result, England won the three-match series 1-0. Jack Crowley was the best in the last Test match. Jos Butler and Mohammad Rizwan were the best in the series.

The first two sessions were cancelled due to rain on the fifth day of the last Test in Southampton. When the game starts in the last session of the day, it is assumed that the match is being drawn.

Pakistan captain Joe Root and Azhar Ali conceded a draw when they scored 18 runs for the loss of four wickets. Had it not been for the hostile weather, the hosts could have won. Because, Pakistan, who batted later in the follow-on, was knocked out of the victory long ago.

Short Score

England 1st Innings: 563/6 (Innings Announced)
Pakistan 1st Innings: 263

Pakistan 2nd Innings: 18/4
Result: Draw
Series: England won the three-match series 1-0.