England beat Pakistan by 26 runs in the Second Test Match at Multan Cricket Stadium, and won the three-match series 2-0.
In the pursuit of a target of 355 runs, Pakistan was bowled out for a total of 328 runs in their second innings on Monday, falling short of 26 runs.
In the second innings, Saud Shakeel remained the top scorer for Pakistan with 94 runs followed by Imam-Ul-Haq who struck 60 runs.
Abdullah Shafique and Mohammad Nawaz scored 45 runs each.
From England, Mark Wood took 4 wickets and Ollie Robinson 2 while James Anderson grabbed 2 wickets.
The debutant Abrar Ahmed sealed 11 wickets in the match by conceding 234 runs. He took 7 wickets in the first innings and 4 in the second inning.
England’s Harry Brook was declared Man of the Match for scoring 108 runs in the second innings.
Hard-fought Test match 🏏
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) December 12, 2022
Earlier, Pakistan lost to England by 74 runs in the first Test played at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on December 01-05, 2022.
The last and final Test match between Pakistan and England will be played at Karachi on December 17-21.