Harry Creek

hundred years in as many Tests after Pakistan had the guests nailed down on the second day of the last match in Karachi on Sunday. Britain took an unrealistic 50-run lead on the rear of Stream’s innings before they were bowled out for 354 and Pakistan slice the shortage to 29 at the end of play. Pakistan’s openers Abdullah Shafique and Shan Masood were batting on 14 and 3 separately with the home side consummation the day on 21 for no misfortune.

Creek’s 111 resuscitated Britain’s possibilities turning into the very first group to secure a 3-0 series clear in Pakistan after the guests were wavering at 145-5. Britain lead the three-match series 2-0 after a 74-run win in Rawalpindi and a nearby battled 26-run triumph in Multan.

After Pakistan’s spinners pushed over the English top request, Creek and wicketkeeper Ben Foakes amassed 117 for the 6th wicket, and brought Britain inside contacting distance of Pakistan’s most memorable innings 304.

In all Creek broke eight fours and three sixes before he was caught leg before to become debutant paceman Mohammad Wasim’s most memorable Test wicket.

Creek has now scored 468 runs – – beating David Gower’s 449 out of 1984 – – for the most noteworthy series all out by a Britain player in Pakistan.

He likewise equalled Mohammad Yousuf’s record of three hundreds in progressive matches in an abroad series. The Pakistani player hit three centuries in Britain in 2006.

Pakistan’s spinners Nauman Ali and Abrar Ahmed had Britain in a difficult situation after the primary meeting. The pair got done with 4-126 and 4-150 separately.

After Creek fell, Foakes added another 51 close by Imprint Wood for the eighth wicket. Nauman then, at that point, excused Foakes while Ahmed represented Wood and Ollie Robinson for 29.