Twitter reactions: England thrash Pakistan in the 3rd Test and complete a 3-0 whitewash

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  • England defeated Pakistan in the Karachi Test to complete a clean sweep.

  • Debutan Rehan Ahmed picked up seven wickets in the game.

Twitter reactions: England thrash Pakistan in the 3rd Test and complete a 3-0 whitewash
England beat Pakistan in the third Test (Image Source: Twitter)
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England have completed a 3-0 whitewash over Pakistan after thrashing the hosts in the third and final Test at National Stadium in Karachi on Tuesday.

Notably, the game was already done and dusted on the third day when England bundled out Pakistan for 216 in their second innings to get a target of just 167 runs. The tourists finished with 112/2, needing just 55 runs to win the contest with two days left, which they accomplished in 28.1 overs. Opener Ben Duckett remained unbeaten at 82 from 78 deliveries with the help of 12 boundaries. Similarly, captain Ben Stokes also stayed undefeated at 35.

Earlier, Pakistan scored 304 in their first innings and in reply, the English team posted 354, with Harry Brook smashing a sensational century. Spinner Jack Leach picked up seven wickets in the match, while debutant Rehan Ahmed also bagged seven scalps, including a five-wicket haul in the second innings.

Brief Scores: Pakistan 304 (Babar Azam 78, Agha Salman 56; Jack Leach 4/140) & 216 (Babar Azam 54, Saud Shakeel 53; Rehan Ahmed 5/48) lost to England 354 (Harry Brook 111, Ben Foakes 64, Ollie Pope 51; Nauman Ali 4/126, Abrar Ahmed 4/150) & 170/2 (Ben Duckett 82*, Zak Crawley 41; Abrar Ahmed 2/78) by eight wickets.

Here is how Twitter reacted:

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