ISLAMABAD: At the end of second day of the first cricket test against England at Lord's, Pakistan in their first innings were 350 for 8.
Pakistan lead by 166 runs with 2 wickets remaining in the innings.
Azhar Ali laid the platform for Pakistan's reply with a well-made 50 in largely overcast conditions that weren't easy to bat in.
Asad Shafiq (59) and Babar Azam, who made 68 before retiring hurt, kept the runs coming before Shadab Khan (52) hit his second fifty in three Tests.
Earlier, batting first England were all out for 184 runs.