Crawley tells England to ‘go again’ after they hit 506 runs on day one in Pakistan

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  • Crawley scores 122 from 111 balls as England reach 506-4
  • England surpass opening-day record that stood for 111 years

Zak Crawley rather summed up the carnage that he and three fellow centurions had just unleashed, ending a record-breaking opening day for England in Pakistan by saying the team was targeting a first-innings score of 1,000.

After lighting the touch paper on his side’s remarkable 506 for four from 75 overs with 122 from 111 balls, the opener quickly stressed this was in jest; the way England are going about their Test cricket under Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, it wasn’t a given.

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Written by Ali Martin at Rawalpindi Stadium
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