Younis Khan finished his 31st century as Pakistan amassed an impressive lead on the fourth day of the second Test against England on Sunday.
Younis was unbeaten on 112 and Asad Shafiq 47 not out as Pakistan came to 311-4 at lunch, extending their lead to 447 at Dubai stadium.
Younis Khan completed his 31st century as Pakistan, 4th day 2nd test
He has so far hit 12 limits amid his 203-ball stay and included 87 in an unbroken fifth-wicket stand with Shafiq.
Pakistan, continuing on 222-3, searched for fast rushes to set England an objective and secure a 1-0 lead in the three-match arrangement. The principal Test in Abu Dhabi finished in a draw.
Misbah had scored a splendid 102 in Pakistan’s first innings of 378, yet neglected to add to his overnight 87. He played an uppish shot to a slower conveyance from quick bowler James Anderson which arrived in the sheltered hands of Alastair Cook at mid-off.
Misbah hit eight limits and five sixes in his venturesome 147-ball innings.
Britain’s bowlers neglected to have an effect on the fourth-day pitch, with leg-spinner Adil Rashid costing 90 keeps running in his 22 wicketless overs.
Anderson with 2-22 and Mark Wood 2-29 were the best bowlers.
The third and last Test will be in Sharjah beginning on November 1.