Score and updates, England vs Pakistan, 1st Test Day 2: Shan Masood scored a brilliant 156 to steer Pakistan to a strong total of 326 in the first innings of the first Test against England. He was the lone man standing for the Pakistan side on the second day after Babar Azam's dismissal in the first over, before Shadab Khan (45) aided him to stabilise the visitors' innings. Earlier, At the draw of stumps, free-flowing Babar Azam was unbeaten on 69 off 100 balls with a resilient Shan Masood (46* off 152 balls) for company. Early Tea was taken at the Old Trafford, putting a halt on Babar's charge. Pakistan's No. 4 was on 52 off 71 balls at Tea, adding 78 runs with opener Masood, thus swinging the momentum to the visitors' favour in the second session. Pakistan went into the post-lunch session having lost Masood's opening partner Abid Ali and captain Azhar Ali in the first session. Babar got off the mark in the second session with a four off the first ball he faced from James Anderson.