Shah's 5-wicket haul leaves England at 253-7

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) Yasir Shah became the first legspinner in 20 years to grab a five-wicket haul at Lord's as Pakistan limited England to 253-7 on the second day of the first test on Friday.

Shah (5-64) ran through the top order once he broke a threatening 110-run second-wicket stand between captain Alastair Cook (81) and Joe Root (48).

England still trails Pakistan by 86 runs.

Root hit a needless slog sweep, while James Vince, Gary Ballance and Moeen Ali were trapped leg before wicket by Shah. Jonny Bairstow was clean bowled while going for a cut shot.

Cook made the most of the two dropped catches in Mohammad Amir's return test match before he finally played on to the left-arm fast bowler in the last session.

Pakistan was bowled out for 339 after resuming at the overnight 282-6, with fast bowler Chris Woakes returning career-best figures of 6-70.