Pakistan v England
England in Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan 1987/88 (1st Test)
VenueGaddafi Stadium, Lahore on 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th November 1987 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossEngland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultPakistan won by an innings and 87 runs
UmpiresAmanullah Khan, Shakeel Khan
Close of play day 1Pakistan (1) 13/0 (Mudassar Nazar 11*, Rameez Raja 0*)
Close of play day 2Pakistan (1) 277/4 (Ijaz Ahmed 27*, Asif Mujtaba 2*)
Close of play day 3England (2) 47/4 (Gatting 6*, French 4*)
Man of the MatchAbdul Qadir

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GA Goochb Abdul Qadir1245561- 
BC Broadc Asif Mujtaba b Abdul Qadir411651924- 
RT Robinsonc Ashraf Ali b Abdul Qadir63337-- 
*MW Gattinglbw b Abdul Qadir022-- 
CWJ Atheylbw b Abdul Qadir515131- 
DJ Capelc Asif Mujtaba b Tauseef Ahmed01716-- 
PAJ DeFreitaslbw b Abdul Qadir53219-- 
JE Embureyb Abdul Qadir01012-- 
NA Fosterlbw b Abdul Qadir39628942 
+BN Frenchnot out38831094- 
NGB Cookc Javed Miandad b Abdul Qadir1035201- 
Extras(4 b, 14 lb, 1 nb)19
Total(all out, 83 overs)175
Fall of wickets:
1-22 (Gooch), 2-36 (Robinson), 3-36 (Gatting), 4-44 (Athey), 5-55 (Capel), 6-70 (DeFreitas), 7-81 (Emburey), 8-94 (Broad), 9-151 (Foster), 10-175 (Cook, 83 ov)
Pakistan bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wasim Akram14   4320--
Mudassar Nazar5   390--
Abdul Qadir37   13569--
Tauseef Ahmed23   9381--
Iqbal Qasim4   0220--

Pakistan first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
Mudassar Nazarlbw b Foster12025732418- 
Rameez Rajab Emburey35457051 
Saleem Malikb Emburey011-- 
*Javed Miandadc Gooch b Cook651661719- 
Ijaz Ahmedb DeFreitas4413017761 
Asif Mujtabab Foster740671- 
+Ashraf Alib Emburey74369-- 
Wasim Akramc Broad b Cook40426932 
Abdul Qadirst French b Cook3857756- 
Iqbal Qasimrun out1714-- 
Tauseef Ahmednot out52130-- 
Extras(18 b, 8 lb, 4 nb)30
Total(all out, 134 overs)392
Fall of wickets:
1-71 (Rameez Raja), 2-71 (Saleem Malik), 3-213 (Javed Miandad), 4-272 (Mudassar Nazar), 5-290 (Asif Mujtaba), 6-301 (Ijaz Ahmed), 7-328 (Ashraf Ali), 8-360 (Wasim Akram), 9-370 (Iqbal Qasim), 10-392 (Abdul Qadir, 134 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
DeFreitas29   7841--
Foster23   6582--
Emburey48   161093--
Cook31   10873--
Capel3   0280--

England second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GA Goochc Ashraf Ali b Iqbal Qasim1542632- 
BC Broadc Ashraf Ali b Iqbal Qasim1336351- 
RT Robinsonlbw b Abdul Qadir123-- 
*MW Gattinglbw b Abdul Qadir231141311- 
CWJ Atheyc Ashraf Ali b Tauseef Ahmed24846-- 
+BN Frenchlbw b Abdul Qadir934332- 
DJ Capelc Javed Miandad b Abdul Qadir01617-- 
PAJ DeFreitasc Tauseef Ahmed b Iqbal Qasim155256-1 
JE Embureynot out3890904- 
NA Fosterc sub (Akram Raza) b Tauseef Ahmed11213-- 
NGB Cookb Tauseef Ahmed53028-- 
Extras(4 b, 4 lb)8
Total(all out, 79.2 overs)130
Fall of wickets:
1-23 (Broad), 2-24 (Robinson), 3-38 (Gooch), 4-43 (Athey), 5-66 (French), 6-70 (Capel), 7-73 (Gatting), 8-105 (DeFreitas), 9-116 (Foster), 10-130 (Cook, 79.2 ov)
Pakistan bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wasim Akram2   060--
Mudassar Nazar1   040--
Abdul Qadir36   14454--
Tauseef Ahmed20.27283--
Iqbal Qasim20   10393--

--> The match was scheduled for five days but completed in four.
--> BC Broad (1) passed 1000 runs in Test matches when he reached 39
--> NA Foster (1) passed his previous highest score of 29 in Test matches
--> Rameez Raja (1) passed 5000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 25
--> Wasim Akram (1) passed 500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 6
--> Abdul Qadir achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed NA Foster in the England first innings (previous best was 7-96)
--> PAJ DeFreitas reached 200 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed Ijaz Ahmed, his 1st wicket in the Pakistan first innings
--> Iqbal Qasim reached 150 wickets in Test matches when he dismissed BC Broad, his 1st wicket in the England second innings

Chris Broad was severely reprimanded by the tour manager after refusing to walk when given out in the second innings by Shakeel Khan.





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