Pakistan v England Test Series - 1st Test

England v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 10 wickets

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100

Umar Gul gives Ajmal a break. He is famous for getting the ball to reverse when it is about 50 overs old ... Perfect timing for him to come on. Misbah's playing the right cards at the right time.

50.1

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, loosener to get going there, full length on middle and leg, defended to the leg side by Swann.

50.2

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, on a length outside off stump, Swann drives with a semi-opened face into the covers.

50.3

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, short of a length again, the pace is still not quite there from Gul. Swann has enough time to defend that.

50.4

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, bouncer this time, swerves down the leg side. Swann ducks under it easily.

50.5

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, yorker, full and tailing in, but not that fast. Swann defends well.

One of the eight people in the ground seems to be walking near the sightscreen. Incredible. It's one of the hospitality personnel, carrying snacks for the tea break, presumably for the other seven good people that have turned up.

50.6

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, ends the over with another yorker, touching 135 kph, but he's not got reverse going in yet. Swann digs this out.

End of over 51 (maiden) England 120/7
GP Swann    15* (30b 3x4)      Umar Gul    10-4-27-0
MJ Prior    30* (93b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    8-5-5-0

51.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, flighted on the stumps, defended well off the front foot.

51.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, angled in towards the pads, worked behind square with a turn of the wrists.

51.3

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, appeal for lbw, mighty optimistic. That landed outside leg and didn't spin to come back into play either.

51.4

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, fired in on the stumps, worked with the angle to midwicket.

51.5

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, straightens down the line, Swann dead bats without much fuss.

51.6

Abdur Rehman to Swann, 3 runs, sprays the last ball onto the pads, and Swann tickles it away towards fine leg for some easy runs. Pakistan will be a little concerned with this late English spunk.

End of over 52 (4 runs) England 124/7
GP Swann    18* (34b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    9-5-9-0
MJ Prior    31* (95b 1x4)      Umar Gul    10-4-27-0

"Whats wrong with Umar Gul's pace ? He is dropped from early 140s to mid 120s?" Ahmed, he visited India for the World Cup semi-final. Only that can explain a fast bowler's drop in pace.

52.1

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, bangs in a bump ball, far too short to trouble Swann, who ducks under.

52.2

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, short of a length, doesn't come on too well as Swann tries to stand tall and slap into the covers. Mistimed down the track.

52.3

Umar Gul to Swann, FOUR, gorgeous timing from Swann. Length ball from Gul, offering Swann the room to indulge himself and his hands come through in a little arc of precision, that sends the ball sputtering through the covers.

52.4

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, looking for reverse, Gul swings the yorker outside leg stump and Swann skips inside the line and misses the glance.

52.5

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, back of a length outside off, Swann shoulders arms emphatically.

"Such a shame that such a great bowling performance does not have the crowds to back it up. If we're looking for desolate test arenas, why not have the entire test championships in Greenland? That way, at least no-one can be accused of preparing pitches to accommodate the home side (unless Denmark become a test nation by then)," says an aggrieved Oliver Jones.

52.6

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, pitched up on the stumps to end the over, Swann dead-bats it to the leg side. Gul's having an indifferent day here.

End of over 53 (4 runs) England 128/7
GP Swann    22* (40b 4x4)      Umar Gul    11-4-31-0
MJ Prior    31* (95b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    9-5-9-0

53.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, flighted on the stumps, and Prior on-drives to mid-on.

53.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 3 runs, another one on the middle and leg line, this time Prior cashes in with a firm wristy whip-drive through midwicket. Azhar Ali fields it on the rope, but three runs taken.

53.3

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, slides down the leg side, Swann misses the glide and it goes off Adnan's pads towards the stumps Much ado about nothing.

53.4

Abdur Rehman to Swann, FOUR, Swann continues playing some delightful strokes. Tossed up to him, and he takes Rehman on with a golf-swing after lunging out to the flight. He middles it and lauches over mid-on. Well played.

53.5

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, slips this one down the leg side again. Last ball before tea coming up?

53.6

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, attacks the stumps with the last one, Swann leans out to defend and inside edges onto the pad. We have two minutes left in the session, so one more over.

End of over 54 (7 runs) England 135/7
GP Swann    26* (44b 5x4)      Abdur Rehman    10-5-16-0
MJ Prior    34* (97b 1x4)      Umar Gul    11-4-31-0

Gul to bowl the last over of the session.

54.1

Umar Gul to Prior, 1 run, Gul keeps it full and looks for reverse swing. Still none to be had. Easily worked to midwicket with the angle.

"England has done an India and collapsed on an excellent batting wicket. Pakistan is also doing an India and not being able to bowl out the tailenders! " declares BarackObama.

54.2

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, back of a length deliver outside off stump, Swann lets it go to the keeper.

54.3

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, over-pitched now on off stump, he is struggling to take the speed past 130 here. Swann leans across and drills it fluently into the covers where it is fielded well.

Round the stumps.

54.4

Umar Gul to Swann, no run, don't bother about appealing for an lbw. That landed miles outside leg stump and hit the stumps in line with leg as Swann missed the flick. Pakistan refer it, which I think is a poor idea. Let's see. Replays in - it landed on the eighth stump, and was barely hitting the third.

54.5

Umar Gul to Swann, 1 run, angled across from round the stumps, short and wide. Swann cuts it with flair and... hang on.. there's a deep point to cut it off. Who leads this Pakistan side? MS Dhoni?

54.6

Umar Gul to Prior, 2 runs, short ball, Prior takes him on though he's not allowed enough room, and top-edges it over the infield for two. Tea in Dubai

87 for 2 in that session for England, which is very good in isolation. But considering what went before, Pakistan are still firmly on top. Still, a lot of spirit from the Prior-Swann pairing, which raises hopes of 200 for England. Alex Winter will be here for the third session. Meanwhile, do have a look at David Hopps' report.

End of over 55 (4 runs) England 139/7
MJ Prior    37* (99b 1x4)      Umar Gul    12-4-35-0
GP Swann    27* (48b 5x4)      Abdur Rehman    10-5-16-0

Welcome back one and all. Matt Prior and Graeme Swann back out for England, can they nudge them up to 200?! Wishful thinking perhaps. Rehman to bowl...

55.1

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, full on leg stump and defended into the leg side

55.2

Abdur Rehman to Swann, 1 run, length on leg stump turned into the leg stump from the crease

55.3

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, forward on off stump to defend to cover

55.4

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, defended from the crease with the spin into the offside

55.5

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, pushed off the back foot down to deep mid on

55.6

Abdur Rehman to Swann, FOUR, down the pitch and a fine stroke past extra cover by Swann. A lovely free shot played into-out

50 partnership - finally - from 83 balls...it can be done...

End of over 56 (6 runs) England 145/7
GP Swann    32* (51b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    11-5-22-0
MJ Prior    38* (102b 1x4)      Umar Gul    12-4-35-0

Ajmal bowling...

56.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior pushes forward and defends on middle stump

56.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, clipped on-drive by Prior down to long on from a full length

Shadows lengthening across the pitch now...

Round the wicket...

56.3

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, forward on middle and leg and pushes to short leg

56.4

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, similarly played and a good save by the short fieldsman

56.5

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, back of a length and played back to the bowler

56.6

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, 2 runs, outside leg stump and turned down to long leg. Deep square comes round to field

End of over 57 (3 runs) England 148/7
GP Swann    34* (55b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    17-5-43-5
MJ Prior    39* (104b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    11-5-22-0

57.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, turned around the corner from back of a length

57.2

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, Prior stands up and defends into the legside

57.3

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, past the outside edge of Swann who was trying to drive from the crease to a length ball

57.4

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, appeal for lbw as Swann looks to play off the back foot, going down

57.5

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, length ball, Swann forward playing back up the pitch

57.6

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, hits the pads again, that's definitely going down and there's no appeal

But replays of the earlier appeal show the ball just clipping leg stump - wasn't the worst shout but Pakistan out of reviews.

End of over 58 (1 run) England 149/7
GP Swann    34* (60b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    12-5-23-0
MJ Prior    40* (105b 1x4)      Saeed Ajmal    17-5-43-5

58.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, blocked forward

58.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, well driven by Prior, opening himself up, and a good diving save at extra-cover

58.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, outside the leg stump and turned out to deep square

150 up for England. Need at least 50 more if they so possible can...

58.4

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, thin edge onto the pads playing forward, into the offside

58.5

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, flatter ball on leg stump, defended forward

58.6

Saeed Ajmal to Swann, no run, pushed to midwicket from the crease

End of over 59 (1 run) England 150/7
GP Swann    34* (63b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    18-5-44-5
MJ Prior    41* (108b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    12-5-23-0

59.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, tucked into the leg side, more runs just ticking over for England

59.2

Abdur Rehman to Swann, no run, outside off, Swann goes back and pushed to cover

59.3

Abdur Rehman to Swann, OUT, nicely bowled and got him. Just enough turn to beat the outside edge of Swann's forward push and it turns into the top of off stump. A fine delivery and Pakistan will be delighted to have removed that partnership. Swann was perhaps just playing inside the line slightly and was beaten by just a little bit of grip

GP Swann b Abdur Rehman 34 (69m 65b 6x4 0x6) SR: 52.30

Tremlett to the crease, can he hang around for Prior to add a few more...

59.4

Abdur Rehman to Tremlett, no run, straight and fullish and defended from the crease

59.5

Abdur Rehman to Tremlett, no run, played to midwicket off the front foot from middle and leg

59.6

Abdur Rehman to Tremlett, no run, Tremlett forward and a cry for lbw but definitely enough doubt there - going down and over the top one would suggest

End of over 60 (1 run) England 151/8
CT Tremlett    0* (3b)      Abdur Rehman    13-5-24-1
MJ Prior    42* (109b 1x4)      Saeed Ajmal    18-5-44-5

60.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, full on leg stump and flicked back to the bowler

60.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, Prior down the wicket and slaps a drive to mid off and a fine save by mid off by Younis saves four

60.3

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, 1 run, fired in quicker and Tremlett pushes forward and gets it away off an inside edge

60.4

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior goes across to a length ball and defends

60.5

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, tucked off the back foot out to deep point

60.6

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, appeal for lbw as Tremlett plays forward but pitching outside leg

End of over 61 (3 runs) England 154/8
CT Tremlett    1* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    19-5-47-5
MJ Prior    44* (113b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    13-5-24-1

61.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, FOUR, Prior gets down and sweeps hard for four, very well timed stroke, completely in control it's four through square

61.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 2 runs, flicked off his legs very fine and scampers back for two

That's Prior's 50 and the innings of the day by miles. 50 from 115 balls with 2 fours

61.3

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, forward and played back to the bowler off middle and leg

61.4

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, off the back foot, dropped to silly point

61.5

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, Prior tries to whip a full straight ball on the on-side but misses and it runs away into the off side off the pad

Field up for the last ball...

61.6

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, but long off is still back and Prior is able to keep the strike with a push down the ground

End of over 62 (7 runs) England 161/8
MJ Prior    51* (119b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    14-5-31-1
CT Tremlett    1* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    19-5-47-5

"English commentators were saying that Saeed Ajmal bends his arm & wear full sleave shirt to hide it :D What a pity guys. You already started a controversy again on the 1st day of the tour. Same stuff u did on the last tour as well. Shame!" Adee I quite agree, a little bit misconceived.

62.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior steps away having initially tried to advance and looks to play behind square on the off side, misses, and the ball is marginally over the top of off stump

62.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, defended back and across

62.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, down the track, driven with a flourish to long on

62.4

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, slider outside off and Tremlett dangles the bat

62.5

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, played forward into the legside from leg stump

62.6

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, kept out again by Tremlett off the front foot into the leg side

End of over 63 (1 run) England 162/8
CT Tremlett    1* (8b)      Saeed Ajmal    20-5-48-5
MJ Prior    52* (122b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    14-5-31-1

63.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, angled away to point from close to off stump

63.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, back to a ball on off stump and played back to the bowler

63.3

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, little bit of grip away from Prior who followed it briefly as it went past the outside edge

63.4

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, across his stumps and tucked into the midwicket region, no single available

63.5

Abdur Rehman to Prior, FOUR, shot. Prior down the track and carves a drive through the covers. Gave himself a touch of room and executed the drive perfectly

63.6

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, pushed to the fielder at midwicket, no single

So Pakistan will have 6 balls at Tremlett here...

End of over 64 (4 runs) England 166/8
MJ Prior    56* (128b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    15-5-35-1
CT Tremlett    1* (8b)      Saeed Ajmal    20-5-48-5

64.1

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, forward and blocked back to the bowler

64.2

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, back and the ball skids into the big man who just about keeps it out with an inside edge and pad

64.3

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, forward on leg stump and pushed to mid on

64.4

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, forward and an inside edge to backward square leg

64.5

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, Tremlett forward and meets it on the full and there's a cry for lbw but I think it was bat first, so does the umpire

64.6

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, forward on middle and off and Tremlett keeps out a maiden

End of over 65 (maiden) England 166/8
CT Tremlett    1* (14b)      Saeed Ajmal    21-6-48-5
MJ Prior    56* (128b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    15-5-35-1

"Well, its too harsh to say that they have started off a controversy..What are commentators there for? to express their views and clearly explain it to the viewers... they have a view and it's up to the public to ponder upon..not a bad suggestion I feel" Karthik I quite agree. No point having straight-laced pundits who aren't going to get people talking about the game. It is a talking point...

65.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, forward and pushed to cover

65.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, Prior playing away from his body gets an edge just short of slip, brief excitement from the fielders curtailed

65.3

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, keeps out a slider from the crease

65.4

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, paddle sweep down to long leg, the deep square comes round to field

65.5

Abdur Rehman to Tremlett, no run, Tremlett plods forward and nudges it away to backward point

65.6

Abdur Rehman to Tremlett, no run, a very solid defensive stroke coming forward again

End of over 66 (1 run) England 167/8
CT Tremlett    1* (16b)      Abdur Rehman    16-5-36-1
MJ Prior    57* (132b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    21-6-48-5

"Ajmal blatantly bends his arm, this is clearly visible to the naked eye. Is it a greater bend than permitted, I don't know. His action is slightly suspect and should be investigated in my opinion." Well there's one opinion from EnglishComms...

66.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, forward and pushed into the covers

Round the wicket...

66.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, swept hard but straight to the man in the deep for just one

The field return round the bat...

66.3

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, no run, Tremlett forward and defends

66.4

Saeed Ajmal to Tremlett, OUT, the doosra and gone. Beats the outside edge of Tremlett, gets struck on the flap of the back pad, that's hitting off stump and up goes the finger. They consider a review but neither team have any left. Replays showed it was "umpires call" on hitting Tremlett but looked good enough to give live

CT Tremlett lbw b Saeed Ajmal 1 (25m 18b 0x4 0x6) SR: 5.55

66.5

Saeed Ajmal to Anderson, no run, forward and defended

66.6

Saeed Ajmal to Anderson, no run, identical defensive stroke

End of over 67 (1 run) England 168/9
JM Anderson    0* (2b)      Saeed Ajmal    22-6-49-6
MJ Prior    58* (134b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    16-5-36-1

We know have a "ring of fire" as the lights on the edge of the roof are lit one after another. Wonder if Billy the Trumpet - who is in the ground - will start a rendition of Johnny Cash...

67.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, tucked away into the leg side out to midwicket, they consider a second and there's a brief moment of confusion before Anderson is sent back

67.2

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, no run, Anderson forward pushing into the offside

67.3

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, no run, forward again to extra cover

On the Trumpet we have Rule! Britannia...a fine melody...

67.4

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, 3 runs, well driven by Anderson out through the covers. Against the spin through where the fielder had just been taken. Good old Jimmy...

67.5

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, off the back foot pushed to extra cover

67.6

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, tucked away by Prior from a flat ball on leg stump. Easily worked and an easy single to keep the strike

End of over 68 (5 runs) England 173/9
MJ Prior    60* (137b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    17-5-41-1
JM Anderson    3* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    22-6-49-6

68.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior takes a big swing and gets hit on the helmet off a top edge

68.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, defended off the back foot on off stump

68.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 2 runs, flat ball outside and Prior reaches out for it and cuts wide of cover

68.4

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 2 runs, swept hard and wide enough of the fielder to take two

68.5

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, clipped away through midwicket out to the deep fielder

68.6

Saeed Ajmal to Anderson, no run, goes back and pushes back to the bowler

End of over 69 (5 runs) England 178/9
JM Anderson    3* (6b)      Saeed Ajmal    23-6-54-6
MJ Prior    65* (142b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    17-5-41-1

69.1

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 2 runs, well played from Prior, inside out over extra cover, not quite enough on it to get it to the rope but Prior can have two

69.2

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 1 run, down the pitch again, clipping into the legside but this is just one to midwicket

69.3

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, FOUR, well tucked away from Anderson, using the pace of a back of a length ball on middle and leg and flicked for four to long leg

69.4

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, FOUR, a beauty from Jimmy. Slog swept over square leg for four, taken from outside off and a perfect connection

69.5

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, no run, played forward back to the bowler

69.6

Abdur Rehman to Anderson, no run, calmly forward and pushed out into the on-side

End of over 70 (11 runs) England 189/9
JM Anderson    11* (10b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    18-5-52-1
MJ Prior    68* (144b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    23-6-54-6

The army find their voice in these times of adversity...

70.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior forward and defending into the offside

70.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, this time back to defend

70.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, once more back and blocked

70.4

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, slid across the right hander and defended outside off

70.5

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, defended on off stump

70.6

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior sweeps but can't navigate it past short fine leg

End of over 71 (maiden) England 189/9
MJ Prior    68* (150b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    24-7-54-6
JM Anderson    11* (10b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    18-5-52-1

Hafeez back with us...
Apparently Billy has been told to stop trumpeting by security! Disgraceful from the authorities with no-one in the ground. The man is 1 a legend and 2 exceedingly talented...

71.1

Mohammad Hafeez to Anderson, no run, played back towards the bowler

71.2

Mohammad Hafeez to Anderson, 1 run, back to cut just wide of point

71.3

Mohammad Hafeez to Prior, no run, turn into Prior and the ball gets stuck in his pads trying to flick around the corner

71.4

Mohammad Hafeez to Prior, no run, Prior takes a step down the pitch and defends back to the bowler

71.5

Mohammad Hafeez to Prior, 1 run, squeezed out from the crease behind square on the legside

71.6

Mohammad Hafeez to Anderson, no run, defended forward back to the bowler

End of over 72 (2 runs) England 191/9
JM Anderson    12* (13b 2x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    6-3-5-1
MJ Prior    69* (153b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    24-7-54-6

Perhaps a false alarm...I can hear a few bars of Billy boy once again...

72.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, tossed up outside the off stump and driven down to long off, so Prior trusting Anderson here...

72.2

Saeed Ajmal to Anderson, no run, turn past the outside edge, Anderson felt for it

72.3

Saeed Ajmal to Anderson, OUT, that'll do it. A slider onto Anderson's front pad, striking him halfway up and the finger is raised. It held its line enough to grab a bite of the leg stump on the replays. Seven wickets for Ajmal, a marvellous performance.

JM Anderson lbw b Saeed Ajmal 12 (24m 15b 2x4 0x6) SR: 80.00

So England bowled out cheaply having won the toss. Ajmal's deception and trickery ran through the England middle order and robbed them of any chance to recover having lost wickets at the top of the order to poor strokes. Career-best figures for Ajmal and only the sixth bowler in history to take five lbw's in an innings.
But Prior played superbly and looked rarely troubled. His innings has provided some kind of score for his side but, according to Michael Vaughan, that score is 150 light. Down to the bowlers now to get them back into the game, remember Pakistan do have to bat last on this pitch. Will England think they should have played Monty Panesar? We shall see...and it'll be Nitin to take you to the close...

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