LONDON: Pakistan Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq on Thursday registered a remarkable century against England during the first of the four Test matches at Lord’s.
His 10th Test century came in 154 balls in his first ever Test match on British shores.
Veteran batsman Younis Khan and One-day International skipper Azhar Ali established a 29-run stand for the third wicket before Ali was dismissed by Jake Ball for seven.
Pakistan looked in trouble when a 57-run partnership between Younis and captain Misbah was broken by Stuart Broad when Younis was out leg before on 33.
This Test marks the return of Pakistan named feft-arm fast-bowler Mohammad Amir after the spot-fixing saga that hit Pakistan cricket six years ago.