June 3 (Reuters) - England bowled out Pakistan for 134 in their second innings to win the second test by an innings and 55 runs at Headingley on Sunday and square the two-test series 1-1.
Joe Root’s side completed an emphatic victory halfway through the third day when Mohammed Abbas was caught in the slip off Stuart Broad, his third wicket of the innings.
Earlier England took their first innings to 363 all out, a lead of 189 runs. Jos Buttler was not out on 80.
Reporting by Neil Robinson; editing by Clare Fallon