England break 112-year record thanks to pitch curators

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England break 112-year record thanks to pitch curators

The England team made history in the first friendly of the Test series between Pakistan and England. It broke the record of 112 years and set a new record.

On the opening day of the First Test at Rawalpindi, the English batsman made his score of 500 runs to beat the Pakistani bowlers. It was the first time in cricket history that a team had scored more than his 500 runs on the opening day of a Test match.

England are the first team to do so. At the end of the first day of play, the English team had scored 506 runs for four wickets. England won the toss and chose to bat first. The British batsman was a sensation on the first day of the game.

A total of four centuries were recorded on the first day of play. Brooke is 101, Zach Crowley is 122, Ben Duckett is 107 and Olly Pope is 108. At the same time, Pakistani leg spinner Zahid Mahmoud took two wickets. Mohammad Ali and Haris Rauf he parted 1:1. Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi will not play in this match.

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