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Abrar Ahmed had a memorable debut, ending up with figures of 7/114 and 4/120 in the first and second innings respectively
Pakistan, who had a good chance of securing top WTC standings before the series find themselves in difficulty as they have slipped to No. 6 on the table.
Pacer Mark Wood, spinner Jack Leach and batter Harry Brook were the stars for England as they overcame resistance by Saud Shakeel and Mohammad Nawaz to defeat Pakistan by 26 runs in the second Test at Multan to clinch the three-match series by 2-0
At the end of Day 2 play, England was at 202/5, with Harry Brook (74*) and skipper Ben Stokes (16*) unbeaten
At the end of the first day of play, Pakistan was at 107/2, with Azam (61*) and Saud Shakeel (32*) unbeaten on the crease
Imam's 18th Test happens to be his first at Multan, where he has scored three fifties in equal number of ODI games played
Wood had missed the first Test due to a hip injury sustained during ICC T20 World Cup, which was also England's first in Pakistan in 17 years. The visitors won it by 74 runs. He will be replacing Livingstone, who will miss the remainder of the tour due to knee injury