Srinagar: Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has said that Pakistan weren’t upto the mark as his team lost to England in first Test in Rawalpindi on Monday.
“We were not upto the mark. Had a golden chance in the second innings, but session by session we lost wickets. Our bowling group is young,” Babar said after the match.
“Unfortunately Haris injured himself in the first innings. All credit to the bowlers who bowled well and tried without Haris. We tried to stick to our plans.”
“Difficult when opponent goes at 7 an over. We had an opportunity in the second innings. But we didn’t get partnerships in the end. Lot of positives. Our batting performed very well.”