Resuming on 169 for 4 after Lunch, Rizwan, who’d managed to hang around despite not being at his fluent best in Pakistan’s second innings, fell rather softly, poking at an outswinger to the wicketkeeper and missing his half-century by four runs. Azhar Ali, who had retired hurt due to a finger injury on Sunday evening, returned to bat at the fall of Rizwan’s wicket. However, he lost his partner immediately. Saud Shakeel followed Rizwan back to the pavilion, caving in to England’s plan of having two men catching at cover.
BREAKTHROUGH for England!
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) December 5, 2022