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The Test match played between England and Pakistan at Rawalpindi will haunt the hosts Pakistan for a very long time. The English batsmen were too good for the Pakistan bowlers. Making the best use of a batting pitch, the English team showed stars to the bowlers.
England's Harry Brook created a unique record of scoring six boundaries in an over. Saud Shakeel had to pay the price as he was smashed for six boundaries. Brook not only scored six boundaries, but he also scored a sensational century.
Brook became the fifth player to smash all the deliveries in the over to boundary. When spinner Saud Shakeel came to bowl the 67th over of the match, little did he know that he was going to be punished?
The England batsmen did not spare the Pakistan bowlers and targeted them from the early overs itself. They played a T20 match in a Test match and scored 233 runs inside 36 overs. The English team put up an aggressive approach that by the end of day 1 they were 506 for the loss of four wickets.
Harry Brook's heroics made him join the elite list of veteran players like India's Sandeep Patil, Universal Boss Chris Gayle, fellow West Indies player Ramnaresh Sarwan and Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya.
Talking about today's match, the England team dominated the match and four batsmen scored centuries. The good start given by openers Zack Crawley and Ben Duckett created a big stage for other batsmen to target the bowlers and they did the rest.