Pakistan's Mohammad Amir bowls his first ball of the match during day two of the Test match at Lord's, London, Friday July 15, 2016. (Anthony Devlin/PA via AP)
LONDON (AP) Leg-spinner Yasir Shah took three wickets to make amends for Pakistan's two dropped catches of Alastair Cook as England reached 153-4 at tea Friday on the second day of the first cricket test.
Cook had lucky escapes on 22 and 55 off Mohammad Amir, returning after a five-year ban for spot-fixing, and was batting on 75.
England still trails Pakistan by 186 runs after the visitors were bowled out for 339 in the first session. Fast bowler Chris Woakes grabbed 6-70 after Pakistan resumed at 282-6 with captain Misbah-ul-Haq adding only four to his overnight 110.
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Shah (3-22) broke the 110-run stand between Cook and Joe Root (48) when the latter played a sweep before the leg-spinner had James Vince (16) and Gary Ballance (6) lbw in quick succession.