| GEO Sports|
| Pak avoid follow-on, all out at 182 in Nottingham test|
| Updated at: 1525 PST, Saturday, July 31, 2010|
NOTTINGHAM: Pakistan were bowled out for 182 in reply to England's first innings 354, a deficit of 172, on the third day of the first Test at Trent Bridge here on Saturday.
Umar Gul was a Test-best 65 not out after last man Mohammad Asif was run out by Eoin Morgan's direct hit from cover for nought. James Anderson, who celebrated his 28th birthday on Friday, took five wickets for 54 runs in overcast conditions ideally suited to his swing bowling.
England lose the wicket of captain Andrew Strauss in at the start of second innings after Pakistan are dismissed for 182 following Umar Gul's unbeaten 65.
Earlier, Pakistan began the day’s play needed nine runs to avoid follow-on. Umer Gul while playing aggressively not only averted follow-on but also completed his maiden test half century. He was remained unbeaten at 65 runs.