England 64-1 at lunch after Pakistan dismissed for 339

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)
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LONDON (AP) England got off to a fast start after Chris Woakes took a career-best 6-70 and dismissed Pakistan for 339 Friday on the second day of the first cricket test.

Alastair Cook was dropped on 22 in fast bowler Mohammad Amir's fourth over as the England captain carried his team to 64-1 at lunch. Cook will resume on 35. Joe Root was unbeaten on 23.

Earlier, resuming at 282-6, Pakistan lost its last four wickets for 29 runs. Sarfraz Ahmed made 25 off 29 balls before Woakes struck twice in one over by removing Ahmed and Wahab Riaz at 310.

Misbah-ul-Haq could add only four to his overnight 110 before Stuart Broad (3-71) wrapped up the innings by clean bowling the Pakistan captain and then having Amir caught in the slips.