England vs Pakistan: Mohammad Rizwan confident visitors can save third Test despite following-on 310 runs behind hosts
Mohammad Rizwan insisted all was far from lost for Pakistan after they were made to follow-on 310 runs behind in the third Test against England despite a superb unbeaten century from captain Azhar Ali.
Dom Bess said he wanted to see more common sense applied to the question of bad light after a gloomy finish to Sunday's play in the third Test against Pakistan.
England vs Pakistan: Zak Crawley, Jos Buttler pile up runs before James Anderson's crucial strikes as hosts take control of third Test
England, 1-0 up in a three-match contest and looking for a first series win over Pakistan in a decade, then saw Anderson reduce the tourists to 24-3 at the close .
England vs Pakistan: Zak Crawley says his career 'flashed before his eyes' as he scored maiden Test ton
Zak Crawley's commanding 171 not out was the centrepiece of England's 332-4 at stumps after captain Joe Root won the toss.
England vs Pakistan: Hosts appoint Azhar Mahmood into backroom staff for T20Is, recall Dawid Malan into squad
Mahmood will now support England bowling coach Jon Lewis during a series at Old Trafford starting on 28 August.
England have not travelled to Pakistan since the 2005-06 due to security concerns following the terrorist attack on the visiting Sri Lankan team in 2009.
England vs Pakistan: Mohammad Rizwan shines with hard-fought fifty on Day 3 as bad light forces early stumps
Mohammad Rizwan was left frustrated when having shone for Pakistan with a fine unbeaten fifty in the second Test against England at Southampton on Friday, he was forced to leave the field for bad light.
Sachin Tendulkar and Sir Donald Bradman, two of the finest batsmen the game has produced, share special memories for 14 August. While Tendulkar scored his first international ton on this day 30 years back, Bradman played his last Test innings today in 1948.
Axed England batsman Joe Denly says he went into ‘survival mode’ after poor run of form, rues not playing more freely
Denly had scored just 18 and 29 in the opening Test against West Indies and was replaced by skipper Joe Root when he returned in the second Test after attending the birth of his child.
England vs Pakistan: Stuart Broad jokes he's taken off father Chris from Christmas card and gifts list after being fined
Stuart Broad was fined 15 per cent of his match fee and a demerit point by his father, ICC match referee Chris Broad, for giving Yasir Shah a send-off in the first Test against Pakistan.
James Anderson insisted on Monday he was still hungry to play Test cricket after speculation the England great was considering retirement.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), however, did not specify the exact reasons for Stokes' pullout.
Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq is not happy with his side's below-par batting effort in the first Test against England but more disappointing to him was how the visitors let England off the hook during their run chase.
England vs Pakistan: Wasin Akram criticises skipper Azhar Ali's decisions after defeat in first Test
Wasim Akram has come heavily on Pakistan captain Azhar Ali for his decisions during the first Test against England, saying he "missed a trick quite a few times" in the visitor's three-wicket defeat.
England vs Pakistan: How Joe Root and Co undid three days of visitors' dominance to script remarkable win
Let's not take the sheen off England's Buttler and Woakes, who put up what will go down as one of the finest back-against-the-wall fourth-innings performances of all time.
England vs Pakistan: 'I thought maybe I've played my last game', says Jos Buttler on fear of getting dropped
Jos Buttler admitted he thought he may have played his last Test after the England wicketkeeper atoned for a poor display with the gloves by starring with the bat in a three-wicket win over Pakistan at Old Trafford.
Robinson was due to play for Sussex in their Bob Willis Trophy match against Kent at Canterbury but has been withdrawn from that fixture.
Monty Panesar recounts his magical delivery to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar during England’s victorious 2012 tour of India
With Tendulkar batting on eight, the bowler delivered the ball right outside the leg and hit the top of Tendulkar's off-stump. Panesar managed to get him out in the second innings too.
Graeme Swann says dropping Stuart Broad in first Test against West Indies made England look 'stupid'
Swann, a three-time Ashes winner, added that England should not mess with the two experienced bowlers and give them an equal opportunity to try and make it to the 2021 Ashes in Australia.
England vs Ireland: David Willey, Sam Billings lead hosts to series win after securing 4-wicket victory in second ODI
England overcame a middle-order wobble to finish on 216-6 in 32.3 overs in reply to Ireland's 212-9 at the Rose Bowl.