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WATCH: Harry Brook smashes 27 runs in an over against Pakistan on Day 2 of Rawalpindi Test, sets new record

England piled on 657 runs before getting bowled out on Day 2 of Rawalpindi Test.

SportsTiger Staff Author

Updated - 02 Dec 2022 02:26 PM

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After making and breaking records on Day 1, English batters continued to pile on the misery on Pakistan's bowlers as young Harry Brook again hammered spinner Zahid Mahmood for 27 runs in an over. The youngster broke the record for smashing most runs in an over by an English batsman in Tests. Brook took on debutant Mahmood on Day 2 and smashed the bowler for two sixes and three fours in the over. He then took three runs in the last ball to break the record. 

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Notably, Harry Brook was the star on Day 1 as well as he smashed debutant Saud Shakeel for 6 consecutives fours in an over. The 23-year-old hit the young bowler all around the park.  The first delivery was hit over long-on followed by a powerful shot through covers after Shakeel went too full. The English batter then hit the third ball right down the line and then dragged the fourth ball to the boundary. Brook then hit the fifth and final delivery for boundaries through covers. Notably, Brook is only the fourth batsman in Test history to accomplish this feat.

England all out for 657

After onslaught from Harry Brook, the Pakistan players took a sigh of relief as he got caught after scoring 153 from 116 balls. The bowlers then took quick wickets to finally see the end of England's carnage. The side got all out for 657 on Day 2. Zak Crawley (122), Ben Duckett (107), Ollie Pope (108), and Harry Brook (153) were the centurions for the Three Lions. For Pakistan, debutant Zahid Mahmood was the pick of the bowlers as he took 4 wickets.  

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WATCH: Harry Brook smashes 27 runs in an over against Pakistan on Day 2 of Rawalpindi Test, sets new record

England piled on 657 runs before getting bowled out on Day 2 of Rawalpindi Test.

SportsTiger Staff Author

Updated - 02 Dec 2022 02:26 PM

harry-brook-sportstiger

Picture Credit: Twitter

After making and breaking records on Day 1, English batters continued to pile on the misery on Pakistan's bowlers as young Harry Brook again hammered spinner Zahid Mahmood for 27 runs in an over. The youngster broke the record for smashing most runs in an over by an English batsman in Tests. Brook took on debutant Mahmood on Day 2 and smashed the bowler for two sixes and three fours in the over. He then took three runs in the last ball to break the record. 

Watch the video here:

Notably, Harry Brook was the star on Day 1 as well as he smashed debutant Saud Shakeel for 6 consecutives fours in an over. The 23-year-old hit the young bowler all around the park.  The first delivery was hit over long-on followed by a powerful shot through covers after Shakeel went too full. The English batter then hit the third ball right down the line and then dragged the fourth ball to the boundary. Brook then hit the fifth and final delivery for boundaries through covers. Notably, Brook is only the fourth batsman in Test history to accomplish this feat.

England all out for 657

After onslaught from Harry Brook, the Pakistan players took a sigh of relief as he got caught after scoring 153 from 116 balls. The bowlers then took quick wickets to finally see the end of England's carnage. The side got all out for 657 on Day 2. Zak Crawley (122), Ben Duckett (107), Ollie Pope (108), and Harry Brook (153) were the centurions for the Three Lions. For Pakistan, debutant Zahid Mahmood was the pick of the bowlers as he took 4 wickets.  

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