England In Command Of Multan Test After Pakistan Batting Collapse

As they looked to win the series, England was in control of the second Test against Pakistan in Multan on Saturday, leading by 281 at day's end

The visitors scored 202-5 in their second innings on a surface that was turning and that had seen 25 wickets fall in two days

The captain, Ben Stokes, was on 16, and the reliable Harry Brook was 74 not out

England had a 79-run first-innings advantage as spinner Jack Leach grabbed 4 for 98 as Pakistan was bowled out for 202

Giving them a good chance to win the Test series, their first in Pakistan in 17 years

After Mohammad Zahid's 11-130 against New Zealand in 1996, Ahmed has taken 10-or-more wickets on his debut, with 3-81 in the second innings so far

Together with Duckett, Brook contributed 68 runs for the fourth wicket with eight fours and a six

Zak Crawley was out for three runs as a result of a direct hit from mid-on by Ahmed, who also contributed to the dismissal

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