Wicketkeeper Jose Butler and all-rounder Chris Vokes’ 139-run partnership dashed Pakistan’s hopes

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Highlights of the first Test: دور “Good catches win matches” are gone because interesting results are emerging even after dropping catches in the ICC World Test Championship. Maybe that’s why it’s happening on both sides. * England wicketkeeper Jose Butler and all-rounder Chris Vokes’ 139-run partnership turned Pakistan’s hopes upside down. آل England all-rounder Chris Vokes was named man of the match in the first Test.

  • Pakistan League Spain bowler Yasir Shah took 8 wickets in the Test match. * Pakistan team lacks an experienced fast bowler. With the end of Cricket World Cup 2019, the ICC World Test Championship 2019 to 2021 started in England on August 1, 2019 with the Ashes series and a full year later the 13th Test series of this Test Championship between England and Pakistan is also in England. Being played

In the days when a series of 2 Test matches was being played between Pakistan and Bangladesh and there was only one Test match, due to the global epidemic Corona virus 2019-20, all the countries in the world were temporarily suspended and locked down. Done. A few months later, when news began to come in that the number of coronavirus patients was declining and some sectors were moving in the course of their daily lives, two Test cricket series without spectators were announced at the Home Ground Stadium in England.
The first three Test series in England v West Indies July 2020 and the second England v Pakistan Test series August 2020. Precautionary measures against corona virus were given top priority for the two Test series in England, which included regular tests of players from the West Indies and Pakistan, quarantine tactics and rules of the game on the ground.
One or two precautionary measures were taken during the England and West Indies Test series and England bowler Joffre Archer was also fined. Because a few days before the start of the first Test match was again locked down in Manchester and it was feared that the first Test match between England and Pakistan could not be played but then the match schedule after the assurance of higher orders. Started according to
Brief Analysis: Before the start of the series, England had beaten the West Indies at home last month in a three-match series 2.1. Therefore, the first Test match was difficult for Pakistan. But the Pakistan Cricket Team in the first Test match. Performing at his best, he dominated the match for almost 3 days, but on the last day, his victory was overshadowed by a dark cloud and England’s middle-order batsmen won the losing game.
Winning or losing is part of the game and the best game is the one in which the opponent turns the game upside down. This is exactly what happened in this test match. The 139-run partnership between England wicketkeeper Jose Butler and all-rounder Chris Vokes dashed the hopes of the Pakistanis and put the victory flag in the hands of their team captain Joe Root. Jeffrey Boycott slammed Pakistan wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan’s wickets in the Tests and criticized England wicketkeeper Jose Butler for wasting three chances against Pakistan.
But his key part in the win labeled him a positive performer and Chris Vokes was hailed as one of the best all-rounders of the future. On the contrary, the Pakistani team suddenly became the target of criticism. Someone pointed a finger at the captaincy and someone A senior fast bowler was missing. Someone asked the irresponsible batting of Pakistani batsmen in the second innings to turn the tide on the excellent performance of the Pakistani bowling line in the first innings.
That’s exactly what happened because they were defeated. First Test match: Pakistan captain Azhar Ali and England captain Jorot toss to start a spectator-free cricket Test match at the Old Trafford Ground in the United Arab Emirates as a precautionary measure against the Corona epidemic. Given the situation, captain Azhar Ali decided to bat.
The first day was mostly devoted to Rim Jham Rim Jham but then the next three days were a good season for a great game and a chance to see a really good game. In the first innings, Pakistan were all out for 326 runs. In which opener Shaun Masood scored a century and scored 156 runs, almost half of the total score. The rest Babar Azam scored 65 and league spin bowler Shadab Khan scored 45 runs.
7 batsmen could not enter the double figure. Stuart Broad and Joffrey Sunday from England brought in 3.3 players. When England started batting in the first innings, Pakistan bowlers dominated them from the beginning and their most important batsman Ben Stokes was bowled cleanly by Muhammad Abbas at zero. After that, apart from batsman Ole Pop, who None of the batsmen who were dismissed for 62 runs could step on the wicket and the England team returned to the pavilion with a total score of 219.
League spin bowler Yasir Shah took 4 wickets for Pakistan. Pakistan had a 107-run lead with two-and-a-half days left in the Test match. So in the second innings, a bigger target could have been set by batting more responsibly, but the batting line-up turned the tide on Pakistani bowlers 169 at the beginning of the day

The highest individual score was 33 which was scored by spin bowler Yasir Shah and this time too the fast bowler Stuart Broad from England remained prominent by dismissing 3 players.
England had a winning target of 277 runs. The match took a tough and interesting turn when once the Pakistani bowling line won the toss and elected to bat. Rounder Chris Vokes slowly started to increase the score and then started beating the Pakistani bowlers in such a way that in the next few minutes all the young bowlers forgot their line and length except spin bowler Yasir Shah who was the 6th player with a total score of 256. But out by then it was too late.
He then took one wicket and Lee and England won the first Test by 3 wickets for 277 runs off 7 wickets. Jose Butler scored 75 runs and Chris Vokes scored 84 runs to remain unbeaten. Yasir Shah in the second innings. Also take 4 wickets. England won by 40 points and also went ahead by 1.0 in the three-Test series. “Let’s go ahead and see and see.”