After Abrar Ahmed's spin magic, Pakistan dominates the second Test against England.

Abrar Ahmed took seven wickets as England were dismissed for 281 . The 24-year-old was nicknamed Harry Potter by friends because he wears glasses similar to those of the fictional boy wizard .

Abrar Ahmed, a Pakistan debutant, threw a spell on England on Friday, taking seven wickets as the tourists were dismissed for 281 on the first day of the second Test in Multan.To finish with 7-114, the 24-year-old-nicknamed Harry Potter by friends because he wears glasses similar to those of the fictional boy wizard-created his own magic.Pakistan was 107-2 at the end, with skipper Babar Azam unbeaten on 61 and Saud Shakeel on 32, trailing by 174 runs, according to the reply.After a loss to the opposition, England skipper Ben Stokes took the first wicket on his debut, scoring 14 before edging spinner Jack Leach to keeper Ollie Pope, but Azam and Shakeel dismissed the match with a third-wicket unbroken stand of 56.

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