Highlights, England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 1 at Headingley, Full Cricket Score: Hosts trail by 68 runs at stumps
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England vs Pakistan: After Lord’s humiliation, hosts search for inspiration from within to emerge from crisis
Ultimately it looks like we are set for a thrilling final Test in this two-match series, and while England have recently had a good record of bouncing back after home defeats, the loss at Lord’s felt more affecting to them than most.
England vs Pakistan: Mohammad Amir looks to script ' best memory of life’ at Headingley as visitors eye series win in 2nd Test
Mohammad Amir has had some of the greatest and undoubtedly the worst days of his career in England — sometimes during the very same match.
England vs Pakistan: Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed says he's surprised and proud of his team's victory in first Test
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said he felt both surprised and proud after his inexperienced side outplayed England during a dominant nine-wicket win in the first Test at Lord's.
England vs Pakistan: Visitors give up early on Day 4 to hand nine-wicket victory to Sarfraz Ahmed-led side
England’s last four wickets tumbled in 27 minutes and Pakistan knocked off the 64 runs they needed in less than an hour on the fourth day to put the touring side 1-0 up in the two-match series.
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Mohammed would stand in for regular skipper Jason Holder, who is missing the last match of the tour after returning home to Barbados for the funeral of his uncle, Derrick Garrett, a local sports administrator.
Test cricket wants us to accept the slightly dull times and hang around for epic theatre. Let’s try and do that for once. As the meme goes, let’s all keep calm and watch Test Cricket.
"I'm sure they will be fully focused and ready to put things right in the next Test," said Trevor Bayliss.
England vs West Indies: Visiting skipper Jason Holder reprimanded for 'inappropriate comments' on Day 4
Jason Holder fell foul of ICC's code of conduct during 70th over of England's second innings on Monday when Dawid Malan, then on 32, was dropped in the slips by Kieran Powell off his bowling.
England skipper Joe Root and batsman Dawid Malan scale down Windies' first innings lead as the match is poised evenly at the start of Day 4
Curtly Ambrose was scathing about the West Indies' "totally embarrassing" defeat by England inside three days during last week's first Test at Edgbaston.
England vs West Indies: Visitors' coach Stuart Law admits 'mismatch' but urges revival is on the cards
West Indies coach Stuart Law insisted he was determined to oversee a change in the team's fortunes after a crushing first Test loss to England but admitted the series was "a mismatch"
England vs West Indies: Geoff Boycott believes current Windies side is 'the worst Test match team' in 50 years
The defeat in the first day-night Test in England left both Caribbean legends and old international foes alike bemoaning what they saw as Windies cricket crashing to rock bottom
Joe Root said he felt "extremely privileged" in captaining three of England's most successful Test cricketers, Alastair Cook, James Anderson and Stuart Broad, who starred in win against West Indies.
Joe Root and Co take on Jason Holder's West Indies in a three-Test series as day-night Tests arrive on English shores.
The elaborately planned "wind up" began with Jonathan Agnew reading out a doctored press release from the ICC to Geoff Boycott.
Whiteley struck Yorkshire left-arm spinner Karl Carver for six sixes — a total of 36 runs — during the 16th over of Worcestershire's innings in an English Twenty20 match at Headingley.
The 35-year-old Carberry opened the batting for Hampshire to make 100 runs off 121 balls before falling and was given a standing ovation as he walked off.
Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has made it clear that he will not tolerate unfit and under-performing players in the national squad.