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Despite three centuries by Pakistan in the first Test, England remains inlead

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On the third day of the first Test match in Rawalpindi on Saturday, England managed to pick up some wickets and felt like they had a solid lead.

With Agha Salman (10) and Zahid Mahmood (still to score) at the crease, Pakistan was 499-7 at stumps, 158 runs behind England’s massive 657 first-inning total and still holding three wickets in hand.

Pakistan was helped on a tense day by centuries of captain Babar Azam (136), Imam-ul-Haq (121), and Abdullah Shafique (114). However, England improved their situation by taking three wickets in the first session, none in the second, and three more before the end.

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