England beat Pakistan by 74 runs in their second Test match at Rawalpindi . England smashed 921 runs in just 136.5 overs in their first day of the series .
Multan (Pakistan), December 9 : Imam-ul-Haq, a Pakistani batsman, is looking forward to seeing his team dominate the second Test against England in Multan, which happens to be his birth city and his first Test appearance there.In the previous Test, England won by a 74-run margin at Rawalpindi, marking their third Test victory in Pakistan.The visitors smashed 921 runs in just 136.5 overs in this series, including a staggering 506 runs in 75 overs on the first day.Imam, one of the many centurions in the match, argued that his team should have been more aggressive in their second innings when chasing.Pakistan must win the next match to maintain the series.On Friday, Pakistan and England will play their second Test match.We had chances in Rawalpindi that we did not get.In the last session, we didn't bat well. According to Sky Sports Cricket, Ben Stokes' captaincy was outstanding.When you reach 657, you are always behind, so we must continue and dominate as well.We didn't do well in the second game.We may have attacked and won the Test match at times. The way England is playing their Test matches is exciting.We're enthralled, but we will control what is within our grasp.We must be physically strong and have new ideas, and we hope it will be our day, according to Imam Shaikh.Imams 18th Test appearance at Multan is his first Test appearance, having scored three fifties in the same number of ODI games. The first test in Multan for Imams is the 18th test for Pakistan.The 26-year-old said that when I first made a test appearance in June, he attempted to score a hundred in the ODIs, but that excitement led him to drop out.I was a little nervous at the time.In the Test match, it will be a good thing for me. I remember my uncle Inzamam-ul-Haq playing here as a child.Imam recalled that he won a Test against Bangladesh, so there are lots of memories.Imam has fond memories of watching Pakistan's last Test victory over England at home in Lahore back in 2005, which he watched after missing his class.I had to skip school to see the game, but my mom refused. My brother came to me-I remember the words-and he said, Pakistan is winning, so we must hurry.Shoaib Akhtar was bowling some very good reverse swing and yorkers, according to him.I think he bowled some good slower deliveries, recalls Imam.