Jarrod Kimber

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Joe Root sways away from a bouncer

We need to talk about bouncers

What we needed from the Phillip Hughes inquest was a serious discussion on how to make our game, where 90mph bowlers are now the norm, safer

Saeed Ajmal looks out of the window of the team bus

Saeed Ajmal won't stop fighting

He's no longer the dangerous bowler he was at the height of his powers, but he hasn't given up just yet

Yasir Shah celebrates taking the key wicket of Joe Root

England v Pakistan, 4th Test, The Oval, 4th day

Yasir fight embodies Pakistan's rise

Nothing in Pakistan cricket comes easily, as Yasir's experience in England has shown, but this was their moment to savour

Younis Khan celebrates his double-century

England v Pakistan, 4th Test, The Oval, 3rd day

The tail that wagged in tribute to a master

As one of their greatest batsmen of all time made arguably his last stand, Pakistan's much-lampooned tail stood as one alongside him to set up a shot at glory

Wahab Riaz removed Joe Root and James Vince in four balls

England v Pakistan, 4th Test, The Oval, 1st day

England escape the danger of the big bad wolf

Wahab Riaz at his best is the big bad wolf. Pakistan's enforcer. The only problem is that he does not do it enough. England felt his fire and lived to tell the tale

Mohammad Hafeez helps the ball to long leg

England v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Edgbaston, 5th day

Pakistan go the full Hafeez

Less than two sessions to bat with nine wickets in hand, it was a chance for Pakistan to secure a draw. In the space or 23 balls it all came crashing down

Mohammad Amir has a chat with Misbah-ul-Haq

England v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Edgbaston

The misery of Misbah's funkless grind

Faced with an England team who love to attack, Misbah-ul-Haq applied the handbrake to their ambitions with two sessions of dour attritional dot-ball cricket

Steven Finn rues his luck on another wicketless day

England v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Edgbaston

Finn fights a losing battle with his demons

Steven Finn has every attribute a fast bowler could hope for, and the best judges in the game believe in him. But his battle is between the ears, not against the batsmen