London, July 16 (ANI
): Pakistan stretched their lead to 107 after making 40 for one in their second innings at lunch on day three of the opening Test against England at the Lord's Cricket Ground on Saturday.
After losing veteran batsman Mohammad Hafeez (0) early, Shan Masood (20) and Azhar Ali (17) provided stability to the innings by making an unbeaten 38-run stand for the second wicket.
Earlier, England were bundled out for 272 as Pakistan
leg-spinner Yasir Shah
finished with an innings haul of six for 72.
Resuming their innings at 253/7 on the third day, English tailenders could only add 19 runs for three wickets, giving the tourists a lead of 67 runs. (ANI