A defiant Alastair Cook and Joe Root shared an unbeaten 90 partnership to help England to 105 for two at tea on the second day of the second test on Friday after Pakistan’s seamers had struck two early blows.
The hosts had been bowled out for 378 before lunch, some erratic slogging causing their last five wickets to fall for 44 runs.
Pakistan pacemen Wahab Riaz and Imran Khan were given the new ball and captain Misbah-ul-Haq packed the slip cordon.
Wahab had Moeen Ali (1) caught brilliantly by Shan Masood at short-leg.
Skipper Cook was joined at the crease by Ian Bell (4)