Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq survived as top-order wickets fell around him on the first day of the first cricket Test against England at Lord's today.
At tea, Pakistan were 158 for four with number five Misbah, who won the toss, 48 not out after all the top four had returned to the Pavilion.
Asad Shafiq was unbeaten on 12 as Mohammad Amir, listed to come in at number eight, waited to make his return to Test cricket at Lord's — the scene of his spot-fixing crime.
Misbah won the toss on a sunny day, with the pitch at Lord's a notoriously good surface for batsmen.
Jake Ball, given a debut in place of James Anderson after the selectors decided against risking England's all-time leading wicket-taker following a shoulder injury, appealed for leg before against Masood with his second delivery in Test cricket.
Umpire Kumar Dharmasena said not out and and an unsuccessful England review confirmed the ball had pitched outside leg stump.
Hafeez was lucky on 11 when an edge off Stuart Broad, forming an all-Nottinghamshire new-ball pairing with Ball, was dropped by third slip James Vince, who couldn't hold a low chance to his left.
But first-change Chris Woakes removed both openers with a burst of two wickets for five runs in 16 balls.
A rising delivery had left-hander Masood, playing away from his body, caught behind by Jonny Bairstow for seven.The same combination then dismissed Hafeez for 40.
Hafeez's 59-ball innings, including eight fours, ended when he tried to work to leg a short ball from the Warwickshire all-rounder that swung away a touch only to get a top edge, with Bairstow holding the skyed chance. Pakistan were now 51 for two.
They had moved on to 76 for two at lunch but Azhar Ali had failed to add to his interval score of seven not out when he was literally knocked off his feet by a Ball yorker and given out lbw by Dharmasena.
Test appearance since the infamous 'spot-fixing' clash against England at Lord's in 2010.