Watch: Pakistani fans calling "Zimbabar" and brutally troll Babar Azam after he gets out cheaply vs ENG in 2nd Test

Watch: Pakistani fans are calling "Zimbabar" and brutally troll Babar Azam after he gets out cheaply vs ENG in 2nd Test
After a famous win in the first test at Rawalpindi, England is taking on Pakistan in the second test match, which is underway at Multan Stadium. After the first three innings, the hosts are set to chase down a target of 355 runs with two and a half days left.

However, Pakistan started the chase with a new pair in Mohammad Rizwan and Abdullah Shafique. Both batters started well and added 66 runs in 15.6 overs. Rizwan was clean bowled by a beautiful delivery by James Anderson.

But once that partnership was broken, Pakistan lost two back-to-back wickets, including the huge wicket of skipper Babar Azam. It was once again Ollie Robinson who stunned the Pakistan stalwarts with a brilliant inswinger. Babar got out after just one run off 10 balls.

His dismissal brought pin-drop silence to the Multan crowd. The Pakistani skipper was a big fish for the visitors, as he was in the first inning. Baber was the highest run scorer for the home team in the first innings. The captain made 75 runs off five balls with 10 fours and one six.

Robinson dismissed him in the first inning as well. However, he couldn't add much in the second inning, which didn't go well with some fans at the ground. Thus, a few spectators trolled the Pakistani skipper by chanting "Zimbabar! Zimbabar" when the skipper was going back to the dugout after getting out.

At stumps on Day 4, Pakistan are at 198/4 and need another 157 runs to win and level the series at 1-1, while England would like to take the six remaining wickets to win the series. Saud Shakeel (54) and Faheem Ashraf (3) are the crease for the hosts.

Earlier, after winning the toss, England chose to bat and got dismissed for 281 runs on the first day. In reply, Pakistan got all out for 202 runs, handing a 79-run lead to England. The English team made 275 runs in the second innings with the help of Harry Brook (108) to give Pakistan a target of 355.

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