Pakistan and England battling it out at Lords where Pakistan has taken the honors in first day by bundling out England for 184 inside the first days play.
Let’s have a look at some quick facts of Pakistan performance at Lord’s over the years.
Pakistan have played 17 test matches at Lord’s since their first in 1954 and have enjoyed the third best win / loss ratio amongst the all test playing nations. Only behind Australia and host England.
Former Captain and middle order batsman Inzamam ul Haq has scored most runs for Pakistan at Lords. He topped the charts with 384 test runs in 4 test matches with an average of 54 runs per innings with a century and 3 fifties to his credit.
Mohammad Yousuf’s innings of 202 in 2006 being the highest score of a Pakistani batsman at Lords. Mohsin Khan is the other double centurion when he scored exactly 200 in 1982 and helping Pakistan registering their first test win at lords.
Former fast bowler and ex-captain Waqar Younis is still topping the bowling charts as he had taken 17 wickets in 3 appearances at Lord’s for Pakistan with an average of 21 runs per wicket with 1 five wicket hauls.
Mudassar Nazar has taken the best bowling figures for a Pakistani bowler at Lords when he took figures of 6/32 in 1982. Other two bowlers having six wickets haul in an innings are Yasir Shah with 6/72 & Mohammad Amir 6/84 in 2016 and 2010 visits respectively.
Only ten wicket haul by a Pakistani bowler at Lords was taken by Yasir Shah in 2016 when he took match haul of 10/141 at home of cricket.
Kamran Akmal holds the record of most dismissals in an innings with 4 catches in 2010. He also effected most dismissals behind the wicket in a match with 3 catches and 2 stampings in 2006.
Kamran also topping the all time dismissal chart of Pakistani wicket keeper with 11 catches and 2 stumpings in 3 appearances at Lords.