Pakistan progresses to 76-2 in 1st test against England

England's Johnny Bairstow, left, takes the catch of Pakistan's Shan Masood on day one of the Test match at Lord's, London, Thursday July 14, 2016. (Anthony Devlin/PA via AP)
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LONDON (AP) Pakistan lost both its opening batsmen to fast bowler Chris Woakes and progressed to 76-2 at lunch on the first day of the first test at Lord's on Thursday.

Woakes had Shan Masood caught behind in his second over while Mohammad Hafeez – dropped on 11 by a diving James Vince in the slips – went on to score 40 with eight fours before top-edging to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.

Younis Khan was unbeaten on 18 and Azhar Ali will resume on 7.

The first of the four-match series marks the return of Pakistan's 24-year-old fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who served his five-year ban for spot-fixing.