LEEDS, UK – England beat Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs in the second Test at Headingley on Sunday to draw the two-match series 1-1.

After bowling out England for 363 in the first innings, Pakistan crumbled to 134 all out in their second innings on day three of the Headingley Test.

Only Imam-ul-Haq (34) and Test debutant Usman Salahuddin (33) managed to put up some resistance, as the rest of the batting folded.

Earlier, Jos Buttler´s blistering 80 not out off 101 balls, including 11 fours and two sixes, took England to 363 in their first innings.

Faheem Ashraf topped the tally with 3 wickets. Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Abbas and Hasan Ali took 2 wickets each, while Shadab Khan managed one.