A dominant England amassed a mammoth innings whole of 657 on the second day of the opening Check towards Pakistan in Rawalpindi on Friday.
Opting to bat on a flat monitor, England toyed with Pakistan’s inexperienced bowling assault, with 4 of their prime 5 batsmen smashing fast a whole lot.
Resuming on 506-Four after totally dominating the primary day of the competition, England’s batsmen continued to attain at a blistering tempo at the same time as Naseem Shah (Three-140) made early inroads for Pakistan.
Visiting skipper Ben Stokes fell after an 18-ball 41 and Liam Livingstone managed 9 on his Check debut, however batsman Harry Brook (153) was merely unstoppable.
Brook, who smashed six fours off a Saud Shakeel on Thursday, milked 27 runs from a Zahid Mahmood over.
Naseem finally ended Brook’s 116-ball blitz that contained 5 sixes and 19 fours.
Leg-spinner Zahid bled 235 runs – probably the most by any Check debutant – in 33 overs for his 4 wickets.
England, on their first Check tour of Pakistan since 2005, are additionally scheduled to play in Multan and Karachi.