England v Pakistan: Shafiq, Younus push tourists into 12-run lead
Watch the pick of day two at the Oval in the video below
Last Updated: 13/08/16 3:15pm
If you didn't catch England dropping catches on day two of the fourth Test against Pakistan then fear not, as you can catch up by watching the Story of the Day in the video above.
Alex Hales, James Anderson and Steve Finn were unable to cling on to chances in the morning session, with Anderson's failure to grab Asad Shafiq's clip to third slip proving particularly costly.
Shafiq was on seven at the time but went to score 109 - and share stands of 75 and 150 with Azhar Ali (49) and Younus Khan (101no) respectively - as Pakistan moved past England's first-innings 328 and onto 340-6.
The 30-year-old, promoted up the order from No 6, hit 12 fours and two sixes while notching a ninth Test ton before he was caught brilliantly by Stuart Broad at mid-wicket off the bowling of Finn.
Younus pressed on, though, completing his 32nd Test century as the tourists compiled a 12-run lead by stumps, despite Chris Woakes taking his wicket tally for the series to 25, the most by an Englisman in a Test series against Pakistan.
Watch the pick of the day two action in the video at the top of the page - and then catch live coverage of day three from 10.30am on Saturday on Sky Sports 2, immediately after Curtly Ambrose's masterclass at 10am.