Pakistan have the edge at stumps on day two of the first cricket test against England at Lord's.
The hosts suffered a middle order collapse to close at 253-7, 86 runs shy of Pakistan's first innings total of 339.
England sailed through to 118-1 before leg spinner Yasir Shah turned the the tide claiming his fifth five-wicket haul in 13 tests.
Shah is the first legspinner for 20 years to take five wickets in an innings at Lord's - the first since Mushtaq Ahmed, who is now Pakistan's bowling coach.
It was also a good day for Pakistan's Mohammad Amir, who was bowling for the first time in a test since being banned for spot-fixing.
He claimed the wicket of Alastair Cook for 81.
That prompted a clenched-fist celebration from Amir, who had served half of a six-month prison sentence and was banned for five years for deliberately bowling no-balls against England at the same ground in 2010.
Earlier, England all-rounder Chris Woakes notched his first five-wicket test haul to restrict the visitors to a moderate first-innings total.
Woakes, took 6-70.