Pakistan v England: Stuart Broad admits to 'huge frustration'

Stuart Broad admits England were left "hugely frustrated" after two dropped catches and a no-ball wicket off Shoaib Malik on the opening day of the three-match series in Abu Dhabi.

Malik marked his first Test for five years with an unbeaten 124, while Mohammad Hafeez added 98 to help Pakistan to 286-4 at the close of play on Tuesday.

Broad says that he apologised to his team-mates after it was his no ball to Malik early on that rendered Joe Root's gully catch worthless.

Watch a summary of Tuesday's play, which also saw Pakistan batsman Younis Khan become his country's all-time leading Test run scorer, in Pint-Sized Test Match Special.