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Two Sixes And Three Fours In An Over, Somebody Tell That Man It’s A Test, Brooke Thrashes Pak Bowlers: A huge score for England in the first innings of the England-Pakistan Rawalpindi Test. England is all out for 657 runs in 101 overs.

On the second day, England played in the same style as they did on the first day of the Test. Even in Tests, Pakistan couldn’t keep up with England’s attacking style of baseball.

There were many performances in the first innings that evoked England’s aggressive style. But it is an over on the second day that catches the attention of the fans.

Harry Brook’s performance of 27 runs in an over was the biggest highlight of the second day. Brook played aggressively on the first day and continued the same pattern on the second day.


Brooke bowled Pakistan bowler Sahid Mahmood. Brook started with a six on the first ball of the over and hit the next three balls one after the other for boundaries.

The runs scored in that over were 6, 4, 4, 4, 6, 3.

Finally, with the team score standing at 576, Brooke got out after scoring 153 runs off 116 balls. The player collected runs at a strike rate of 131.9.

The England batsmen put out a similar performance on the first day of the first Test.

On the first day of the Test, England’s momentum was crossing the 500-run margin. It was the first time in the history of Test cricket that a team crossed 500 runs on the first day.


The famous Pakistan bowling line collapsed like a house of cards when all the England batsmen who entered the field attacked him. Joe Root was the only one who showed some ‘respect’ to the Pak bowlers. Root scored 23 runs from 31 balls.

Openers Zach Crowley and Ben Duckett lit the fireworks. Crowley with 122 runs from 111 balls and Duckett with 107 runs from 110 balls showed strength.

It was also the fastest match in Test cricket in which a team score crossed 100 runs. England also got this record by surpassing Bangladesh.

The openers scored 233 runs for the first wicket. England first lost the wicket of Ben Duckett in 35.4 overs. Crowley also entered the tent while adding two runs.

Ollie Pope, who came in at third, also scored a century for England, only Root lost his footing. Harry Brooke, who came after Root, also hit a hundred, England’s score flew on the first day.

In reply, Pakistan started batting and after two overs, it was three runs without the loss of a wicket.



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