Stokes and Robinson grab wickets after England set Pakistan tempting target

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Back in Fordington Cemetery, Dorchester, some 5,000 miles from Rawalpindi, Gilbert Jessop can rest easy.

For the time being, his record for the fastest Test century by an Englishman, 76 balls against Australia in 1902, stands.

Although, based on how his modern-day counterparts are playing, it appears to be a matter of time.

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Stokes himself grabbing the new ball alongside Ollie Robinson and the pair set about a sustained barrage of short balls.

When Pakistan then closed on 80 for two, a tantalising final day was set up in a part of the world where draws are commonplace.

It may be all this machismo ends in defeat, something England seem curiously at peace with.

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