In the first session of the third day of the second test match of the three-test series between Pakistan and England in Multan, the England team returned to the pavilion after scoring 275 runs in their second innings, after which Pakistan got a target of 355 for victory. England resumed their second incomplete innings on the third day of the match at 202 for five when their sixth wicket fell on 256 when Ben Stokes returned to the pavilion after scoring 41. Later, England’s wickets continued to fall intermittently and the entire team was bowled out for 275 runs. Harry Brooke was the prominent batsman from England who played an innings of 108 runs. This is also the first century of the Multan Test match, from Pakistan. Abrar Ahmed took four wickets, Zahid Mehmood took three wickets and Mohammad Nawaz took one wicket.