Pakistan team arrives in Southampton for second Test against England
Pakistan’s squad has reached to Southampton for second and third Test against England, starting from August 13.
According to the details, after resting for a day, the Pakistan team traveled to Southampton where they will play the second Test against the home side.
The green shirts will resume training from tomorrow in Southampton.
It must be noted here that Pakistan lost the opening Test by three wickets against England in Manchester.
Pakistan must move on from Old Trafford defeat: Misbah-ul-Haq
Pakistan cannot dwell on their defeat by England in the first test at Old Trafford as it would make it tougher for them to respond in the next two matches, coach Misbah-ul-Haq has said.
England sealed an unlikely three-wicket victory on Saturday after slumping to 117-5 at one point in their pursuit of 277, as Chris Woakes and Jos Buttler shared a sixth-wicket partnership of 139 runs to turn the tide.
"It was a thrilling test match and full credit must go to England for the way they fought back, came from behind and took the game away from us," Misbah wrote in his column on the Pakistan Cricket Board's website
"There is disappointment, of course, but we must not keep that feeling in our minds otherwise it will be difficult to come back... the team believes we can fight back.
"Sometimes luck doesn't favour you, sometimes the opposition plays well — that's ...
England's Stokes to miss remaining two Tests against Pakistan for family reasons
England star Ben Stokes will miss the concluding two Tests against Pakistan for family reasons, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced.
Stokes's father Ged was admitted to hospital in Johannesburg two days before Christmas last year with a serious illness while following his son's progress with the England cricket team during their tour of South Africa.
Ged Stokes, a former New Zealand rugby league international, underwent three operations and spent 37 days in hospital, with his conditions initially described as "critical" before it stabilised.
He has since continued his recovery in New Zealand.
Despite his father's health problems, Stokes was named player of the series in England´s 3-1 Test series win over South Africa.
'Strong and stubborn'
Stokes, however, spent time at Ged's beside when England returned to Johannesburg for the fourth Test at the Wanderers.
He later posted a picture of his father leaving hospital, praising him as "...