England defeated Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs in the second and last Test match at Headingley, Leeds and drew the two Test matches series. Pakistan had won the first Test by 9 wickets at the Lord's, London.
Pakistan, after winning the toss and opting to bat first, were bowled out for just 174 runs in the first innings and in reply, England scored 363 runs and took a huge lead of 189 runs.
In the second innings too Pakistan crumbled under pressure and got all out for a mere total of 134 runs and suffered an innings loss. Jos Buttler was named Man of the Match for his unbeaten 80 runs knock and Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas was named Man of the Series.
All the key stats and facts from the second Test match between England and Pakistan at Headingley, Leeds :
1 - This was England's first Test win since September 2017. Since then England had lost 6 and drawn 2 Tests before this victory.
1 - Jos Buttler won his first Man of the Match award in Test cricket in 20 Tests so far.
6/66 - Stuart Broad's Test match bowling figures - the best for him at home since his 9/51 against Australia at Nottingham in 2015.
19.77 - Sarfraz Ahmed's Test batting average since he became Test captain. His scores as a captain read 18, 19, 14, 68, 20, 8, 9, 14, 8.
22 - Pakistan has not won a Test series in England for the last 22 years, the last time they won a Test series in England under the leadership of Wasim Akram in 1996.
24 - Stuart Broad's Test bowling average against Pakistan - the best bowling average for him against an opponent in Test cricket. He has taken 54 wickets at an average of 24 in 16 Test matches.
25 - This was England's 25th win over Pakistan in Test cricket and only Australia (31) have more Test wins against Pakistan than that of England.
73 - James Anderson has taken 73 wickets at an average of 19.10 and at a strike rate of 48.7 in last 12 months and no other bowler took more wickets than him in this time period.
161 - Runs scored by Jos Buttler at an average of 80.5 in 3 innings with 2 fifties in this Test series - the most runs by any player.
162 - Number of catches took by Alastair Cook as a fielder - the most by any English fielder and ninth most in the world.