Pakistan close day one of the first Test with England on 42-0, just 150 runs behind their tourists in Dubai.
Pakistan have ended day one of their first Test against England in Dubai on 42-0.
England skipper Andrew Strauss won the toss and elected for his team to bat first.
However, the visiting side went into lunch with a score of 52-5, before eventually being bowled out for 192 runs.
In reply, Pakistan ended at the close of play with figures of 42-0, with opening bastmen Mohammad Hafeez (22) Taufeeq Umar (18) still at the crease.
At the same stage in proceedings, England were 43-5.