Johannesburg: Pakistan's head coach Waqar Younis believes that the second Test between his side and England in Dubai was a good advertisement for the longest format, adding that there is no danger to the Test cricket.
Waqar described the Test cricket as 'actual' and said that the format should be appreciated in the way it is going on, Sport24 reported.
The 43-year-old, however, said that there is need to increase the number of Tests they play in a year, which according to him is a major issue.
Expressing his views on their huge 178-run win over England, Waqar admitted that his bowlers displayed their best performance in the Dubai Test.
He added that the bowlers showed resistance and made the overall cricket good.
With the win, Pakistan are currently in lead 1-0 against England following their first Test ended with a draw.
The two sides will play the final Test of the three-match series on November 1 at Sharjah.