Pakistan bowled out for 504
London, August 19:
Pakistan posted the first innings total of 504 in the first innings of the fourth Test match against England on Saturday to lead by 331 runs. England’s bowlers fought back well on the third day, taking Pakistan from 379-3 to all out 125 runs later as both teams dodged frequent rain showers. Pakistan’s batsmen had done the damage on Friday, with Mohammed Yousuf scoring a century and Mohammed Hafeez and Imran Farhat reaching the 90s after England was bowled out for 173.
England’s bowlers and fielders had a better day Saturday. Steve Harmison took 4-125, and Matthew Hoggard 3-124.