ENG vs PAK, 3rd Test: Zak Crawley, Jos Buttler break plethora of records with epic Southampton stand

Zak Crawley’s marathon innings was brought to an end by the unlikeliest bowlers on Saturday evening. Part-time spinner Asad Shafiq managed to get him stumped this ending his innings on 267, which is now part of the all-time top-10 scores by an England batsman in Test cricket — above the likes of Geoffrey Boycott, Joe Root, and Ben Stokes. But besides the incredible knock that stretched over four sessions and two days, the other factor that added to Pakistan woe at the Ageas Bowl was the epic fifth-wicket stand of 359 runs between Crawley and Jos Buttler that itself broke a plethora of records. 




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