After their Lord's nightmare, England were much improved on day one at Headingley as they dominated the opening of the second Test against Pakistan.
Despite the tourists winning the toss and batting, England skittled them out for 174 before reaching 106 for two at the close.
Here, Sportsmail's DAVID LLOYD takes us through his own unique perspective of the action...
England dominated the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan at Headingley
Watch this space: I may be making another comeback. Our village in North Yorkshire play at Newburgh Priory, which is quite undulating, and the skipper is celebrated chef Tommy Banks
Last Wednesday we went down to a narrow defeat by Helperby CC. I was a spectator, and intimated to Tommy that we needed some experience alongside the 70-year-old mid-wicket, who kept falling down for no reason at all. I may be in.
It’s all change on the pub front in Leeds. The Prince of Wales has changed its name – to The Waiting Rooms – and it’s had a refit, which basically means the roof doesn’t leak any more.
It’s a short stagger across to The Head of Steam, a lively spot with six hand pumps. They’ve got a jaunty little 9% IPA called Stone Enjoy, all the way from Berlin. It’s probably one to avoid if you fancy a day at the cricket…
Headingley is a work in progress, with a dual-purpose stand being erected to allow views of both the cricket and the rugby league on the other side.
It’s a bit like the England cricket team. Keaton Jennings replaced Mark Wood, Chris Woakes was restored in place of Mark Wood, and Sam Curran came in for the injured Ben Stokes. Conditions in the morning suited Curran, but he didn’t get much of a chance. The wicket of Shadab Khan will have done his