ENG v PAK: Furious With Run Out, Babar Azam Hurls Mouthful At Salman Agah | WATCH

Pakistan captain Babar Azam was instrumental in getting his teammate Salman Agha run out during the third Test against England in Karachi. The captain scored his 25th Test half-century in his 100th international match, however, he could not reach his century due to this run out.

It all happened in the last ball of the 59th over when Agha trapped Rehan Ahmed at midwicket and took off for a single. It was here that Babur stopped his companion before once again changing his mind. But by this time the fielder had found the ball and sent the throw back to the wicket-keeper, who removed the bails in a flash, even as Babar struggled to reach the crease.

Although the decision was referred to the third umpire, Babar knew the outcome. As soon as the big screen confirmed the decision, he started walking away throwing a mouthful to Salman Agha on his way out.

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Spinner Jack Leach and teenager Rehan Ahmed shared six wickets between them as England bowled out Pakistan for 304 on the opening day of the third and final Test in Karachi on Saturday.

Leach finished with 4-140 and Ahmed 2-89 as Pakistan’s batsmen got off to a good start after Babar Azam won the toss and elected to bat on the turning National Stadium pitch.

But England also fell victim to spin, with mystery tweaker Abrar Ahmed trapping Zak Crawley scoreless, before the visitors ended the day 7–1 up.

Ben Duckett and Ollie Pope were at the crease on four and three respectively as England trailed by 297 runs.

England lead the three-match series 2-0 after winning the first Test in Rawalpindi by 74 runs and Multan by 26 runs.

Captain Azam top-scored for Pakistan with 78, while Agha Salman scored 56 before getting himself run out in the post-tea session.

But the day began with Ahmed – who at 18 years and 126 days became the youngest England player to make his Test debut – when he dismissed Saud Shakeel for 23 in his seventh over.

Prior to Ahmed, Brian Close was the youngest England player at 18 years and 149 days when he played against New Zealand in 1949.

Leach then broke the 48-run eighth wicket partnership between Salman and Nauman Ali (20).

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