Player evaluations from England’s stunning 74-run victory over Pakistan in the first Test match were released in Rawalpindi.
Any doubts about why head coach Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokes continued to believe in Crawley were put to rest with two strong performances as openers in the first Test against Pakistan. England won just their third Test match in Pakistan to grab a 1-0 series lead. The right-hander contributed to the opening stand of 233 with Ben Duckett and laid the groundwork for England’s massive first-innings total of 657 all out with a quick 122 from 111 balls. After that, Crawley smashed a 48-ball half-century at the top of the order to jumpstart the tourists’ second innings, which they eventually declared to give Pakistan a winning target. First
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After Stokes won the toss and decided to bat first in the encounter in Rawalpindi, Duckett made hay, scoring his first Test-match century and reaching 107 as part of an opening partnership of 200. 108 (104 balls, 14 times, strike rate of 103.84); 15 (second inning) (13 balls, 2×4, strike rate of 115.38). Pope continued to bat well at No. 3 after a solid summer, displaying good form. Pope scored his third Test century with the bat in the first innings, smashing 108 from just 104 balls, but in the second he could only muster a quickfire 15 off 13 balls. 23 (31 balls, 3 times, strike rate 71.19); 73 in the second inning (69 balls, 6×4, strike rate 105.79). One of England’s best batsmen, who wasn’t one of the four visitors who scored hundreds in their opening innings, was once overshadowed by his teammates.
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With Roots scoring 73 from just 69 balls, he demonstrated his attacking prowess as he reached his 55th half-century in Test cricket. Second inning: 87; first inning: 153 (116 balls, 19×4, 5×6 strike rate, 131.89); (65 balls, 11×4, 3×6 strike rate, 133.84). The powerful Yorkshire batsman demonstrated his enormous potential with two destructive outings, including his first-ever Test century in just his second innings. In addition to scoring 153 runs in the first innings, he added 87 runs as part of a Anderson, like Robinson, was effective with
Second inning: 0; first inning: 41 (18 balls, 6×4, 2×6 strike rate of 227.77); 3 balls. Second inning: 1–69; first inning: 0–35 (7 overs; economy of 5.00). (20 overs, 4 maidens, economy 3.45). Even though Stokes’ batting and bowling statistics from England’s victory in Rawalpindi might lead one to believe otherwise, it was his leadership that had the biggest impact on the result. Stokes inspired his team to attack with the bat from the moment he won the toss on a flat, incredibly batting-friendly surface. the old ball and claimed four wickets as England bowled Pakistan for 268 to win.
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While bowling, he used creative field placements to try to get Pakistan’s batters out. rotated his seam and spin bowlers wisely to keep them at their best. And demonstrated the mindset of always playing to win with a bold declaration that guaranteed all outcomes remained viable on day five. Massive-hitter Livingstone gave a hint of that by hitting a big six in his first innings before getting out for nine. However. after England declared at tea. he was unable to have a significant effect with the bat in his second innings. If it hadn’t been However, the second inning proved to be a little more difficult for the pair. In a game where the odds were overwhelmingly in favour of the batters. Robinson bowled economically for his first 21 overs and then even more so for the second.
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In particular, he bowled superbly with the old ball as reverse swing started to come into action, including taking advantage of an outstanding catch by replacement fielder Keaton Jennings to dismiss Saud Shakeel for 76 and end a tense partnership. With the wicket of Naseem Shah. the tourists were finally able to win after another clean but futile stint from him in the second innings. It’s unlikely that Anderson faced such challenging and unfriendly bowling conditions in many of his previous 175 Test matches and was still able to contribute with the ball. Pakistan only managed to score a little bit more than two.
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