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Pakistan v England 2015-16

Pace, spin and controversy

Oct 10, 2015: We look back at six encounters between Pakistan and England that became iconic (sometimes for the wrong reasons)

Andrew McGlashan


Fury in Faisalabad

Nov 26, 2005: A look back at one of the most acrimonious Tests of all time

Martin Williamson

Graham Morris talks about his iconic photograph

Every picture tells a story

Nov 24, 2005: Graham Morris, who was covering the game as a freelancer, took what was to become one of sports most widely published and lucrative shots

Martin Williamson

That picture - Faisalabad 13 years on

Oct 29, 2000: The picture that forever froze the confrontation between England captain Mike Gatting and Pakistani umpire Shakoor Rana in the Faisalabad Test in 1987 has become one of the most widely published and highest earning sports images ever captured

Kate Laven

Widen Cricketers' Almanack

England in Pakistan 1987-88

1989: Martin Johnson the Faisalabad Test of 1987-88

Martin Johnson

Second Test Match

Pakistan v England, 2nd Test, Faisalabad

1989: One of the most acrimonious Test matches in history almost brought about the cancellation of the tour, while the bitter rows that led to the loss of a whole day's play, and half an hour from another, might have cost England their chance of levelling

February 1988

Flashpoint Faisalabad

Feb 1988: Jack Bannister's report on the uniquely acrimonious second Test match between Pakistan and England at Faisalabad in December 1987

February 1988

'There has been one miscarriage of justice after another'

Feb 1988: Quotes in the aftermath of the Mike Gatting - Shakoor Rana row

February 1988

Purgatory in Pakistan

Feb 1988: David Frith's editorial appeared in the aftermath of the Faisalabad Test of December 1987

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