But, in truth the damage had always been done by a pair of top-order slumps that saw England, so often dominant in early-season home conditions, dismissed for 184 in their first innings before declining to 110 for six second time around.
Yet it was Pakistan, fresh from a trio of county warm-up matches and a five-wicket win over Test debutants Ireland in Dublin, who looked as if they were the home side.
Their efforts at Lord's followed seven winless Tests in Australia and New Zealand where England lost their first five wickets for fewer than 150 runs on six occasions, including an embarrassing 58 all out in Auckland.
England captain Joe Root won the toss but apart from a gritty 70 by Alastair Cook, his batsmen failed to show the necessary application as Mohammad Abbas and Hasan Ali took four wickets each with disciplined seam bowling.
"Yes, I am very surprised", said Sarfraz. "We can do that next week and we must take that chance".
Speaking to BBC Test Match Special, Vaughan added: 'I got too funky with my fields and it was a lesson to me that in English conditions you can keep it simple, very rarely do you have to think outside the box.
"We've got to give it time to work", said Root in a press conference after the game, but for now they have four days until the next Test at Headingley, time they're going to need to make the most of if things aren't going to continue to spiral ominously downwards.
Mahmood, who is now Pakistan's Bowling Coach, retired from worldwide cricket in 2007, having played 21 Test matches and 143 One-Day Internationals for his country in a career spanning eleven years.
Buttler, though, was out in the second over of the day, having added just one run to his overnight score.
From there, England's resistance quickly crumbled, with Mark Wood (4) - soon after cracking a glorious cover drive - and Stuart Broad (0) both out to regulation nicks to wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed.
Cook, playing in a record-equalling 153rd consecutive Test, was bowled by an excellent delivery from Mohammad Amir to end an innings lasting over three hours.
Anderson bowled Azhar in the third over but Sohail didn't hang around, hitting six fours and a six in a 32-ball knock.
Although potentially fatal if inhaled, Stovall said the danger was confined to the immediate vicinity of laze plumes themselves. Stovall said lava spatter from one of the vents was forming a wall that was helping protect a nearby geothermal plant.
The two leaders discussed the need to strengthen the work on rendering of humanitarian aid to Syrians and economistsview Syria . The UN has hosted several rounds of peace talks in Geneva that have made no progress toward ending the conflict.
I mean if you are forced out of the game for a specific reason, whether it be maternity or injury, you need to be protected. She has not played a tournament since Miami in March and pulled out of the claycourt events in Madrid and Rome.
So, Lue didnt play his third-best player this series in a pivotal Game 5 because the Celtics didnt play their eighth-best player. It sure has looked at times as though he relishes these moments, though James said otherwise at Cavaliers shootaround Friday.
Typically, these talks end with North Korea walking away or taking provocative actions that force the USA to walk away. The 12 June summit in Singapore would have been the first time a sitting USA president had met a North Korean leader.
The recall of Efe Ambrose from the Scottish League and Junior Lokossa who is being given a chance, is also good, " he said. "The list is fantastic; I believe Rohr has done his homework very well before coming out with the list".
And then second, it would've given a false impression that" Trump knew about the reimbursement if it was disclosed "back in 2017. CREW, a liberal-leaning watchdog group, filed a complaint with the ethics office that was referenced in Apol's letter.
And if Obama knew about it, why can't Trump?" It is unclear what information will be shared during the briefing. And why did they hide it for so long? "What I want is I want total transparency", he said .
This is an interesting spot for the game to launch, as that means it'll be coming out right next to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 . Those purchasing the Deluxe Edition will get early access to the game on October 16.
If Allardyce departs, Everton may go back in for Marco Silva , who they tried to sign in November before appointing Allardyce. Watford then sacked Silva in January, claiming that his focus had been affected by Everton's interest.
United States judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home
The notes escalated into a formally worded notice for Rotondo to leave that set a 30-day deadline - which lapsed on March 15. Greenwood also asked the state's adult protective services agency to investigate the case further, reported Syracuse.com.
EU Unites on Iran With Moves to Counter Sanctions
A spokesperson for the company told Climate Home News: "We take great care to ensure we always comply with applicable sanctions". Much to Europe's displeasure, foreign companies doing business with Iran are also at the crosshairs of the USA sanctions.
Yanny or Laurel? Trump says, 'I hear covfefe'
Not so, say White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley and director of strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp. She fires back, "Clearly you're getting your information from CNN because that's fake news". 'All I hear is Yanny'.
Ronda Rousey wants a baby 'soon'
Rousey stole the show at WrestleMania and proved her critics wrong once already. "I'm over the moon about it". The reporter then commented about Ronda's current relationship with her husband, UFC fighter Travis Browne .
Heavy Rainfall Prompts Flash Flood Warning
A flood advisory continues through Thursday for the east branch of the DuPage River in Bolingbrook, affecting Will County. Minor flooding is occurring on the Similkameen River near Nighthawk, and major flooding is forecast for later in the week.