Shan Masood

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Kane Williamson made a stunning 238 against Pakistan in Chirstchurch. Photograph: Marty Melville/Getty/AFP

A mammoth 369-run partnership between double-centurion Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls left New Zealand closing in on a 2-0 series sweep over Pakis(...)

James Anderson successfully appeals for the wicker of Abid Ali on the fourth day at Southampton. Photograph: Alastair Grant/AFP/Getty

Day Four: Pakistan 273 off 93 overs (A Ali 141, M Rizwan 53, JM Anderson 5-56) and 100-2 off 56 overs (Abid Ali 42, JM Anderson 1-18) trail England 58(...)

 James Anderson of England celebrates taking the wicket of Azhar Ali. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Jimmy Anderson is still alive; he can still smile and he can still bowl; debate over his imminent retirement has stalled. In between the Tests he almo(...)

England’s Ollie Pope takes evasive action as Pakistan’s Asad Shafiq  plays a pull shot on the third day of the first Test against England at Old Trafford. Photograph:  Lee Smith/AFP via Getty Images

Day 3 of 5: Pakistan 326 (Shan Masood 156, Babar Azam 69) & 137-8 lead England 219 (O Pope 62; Yasir Shah 4-66) by 244 runs In the old days the a(...)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas bowls England’s Ben Stokes during day two of the first Test match at  Old Trafford. Photograph: Dan Mullan/NMC Pool/PA Wire

Day 2 of 5: Pakistan 326 (Shan Masood 156, Babar Azam 69) lead England 92-4 (O Pope 46no) by 234 runs England’s wretched record in the first Test of (...)

Pakistan batsman Babar Azam  hits out watched on by England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler during day one of the first Test at  Old Trafford  in Manchester. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images for ECB

Day 1 of 5: Pakistan 139-2 (Babar Azam 69no) v England There was not much play at Old Trafford but there was enough to alarm, delight and tantalise –(...)

England’s Joe Root was named man of the match in the second Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford. Photograph: PA

England overcame the injury-enforced absence of Ben Stokes to trounce Pakistan by 330 runs, with more than a day to spare, and level the Investec seri(...)

Joe Root and Ian Bell leave the field after bad light cut England’s pursuit of the 99 needed to win the first Test against Pakistan short. Photograph: Getty

England fell 25 agonising runs short, and had to settle for a draw after all, when bad light halted their attempt to chase 99 for an improbable victor(...)