England and Pakistan draw rain-hit second Test | Cricket News

SOUTHAMPTON: Zak Crawley struck a half-century as England and Pakistan performed out a tame draw of their rain-hit second Test on the Rose Bowl on Monday.
Only 134.three overs have been potential in all the match, which included a 38 over spell late on the fifth afternoon because the solar lastly got here out, with England ending on 110 for 4 earlier than the sport was referred to as off with no prospect of a outcome.
Crawley scored 53, his third Test half-century, earlier than he was out leg earlier than wicket to Mohammad Abbas (2-28) having placed on 91 with Dom Sibley (32) for the second wicket, each gaining priceless time on the crease forward of the third and ultimate Test that begins on the similar venue on Friday.
Opener Rory Burns (0) and Ollie Pope (9) have been the opposite two batsmen dismissed. Pakistan had gained the toss and elected to bat, posting 236 of their first innings.
England gained the primary Test in Manchester by three wickets, with this draw ending their run of three successive Test wins after beating the West Indies 2-1 of their collection performed final month.

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