Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
29 | (wicket maiden) | PAK: 80/10

  • Danish Kaneria16 (21b)
  • JM Anderson15-8-17-6
  • ST Finn6-3-28-2

Anderson collects a stump and his team-mates crowd around to congratulate him. That was a comprehensive performance from England - excellent bowling, batting the first innings from Morgan and Collingwood, and sharp fielding. So, England have won by 354 runs. And as for Pakistan, where to from here? They have only a few days until the second Test starts at Edgbaston on Friday, but they must put this abject display out of their minds. Their bowling was excellent in the second innings, but apart from that there wasn't much to write home about.

James Anderson finished with match figures of 11 for 71 - the best match analysis by an England bowler since Matthew Hoggard collected 12 for 205 against South Africa at the Wanderers in January 2005.

Don't leave us just yet - we'll have the presentations shortly. Meanwhile "Pakistan were absolutely rubbish with the bat," is the blunt analysis from Ramiz Raja on TV. "They'll be mentally scarred by this performance."

"The first game against Australia was a bit like this. We must remember we won the second game, so this will help us make a strong comeback," Salman Butt says. "This is a young side with limited experience, but they have the talent. There's not that much difference between the sides in batting - had we held onto our chances England would not have run away with this match."

Andrew Strauss: "We're very satisfied. Our bowling was first-class on a wicket that helped the bowlers quite a lot. But we're very conscious it's only the first game in a four-game series."

And the Man of the Match - no surprises here - it's James Anderson: "It's a lot easier when the ball is swinging. You want to make the most of it, because it doesn't always."

That's it from Trent Bridge. What a performance by England. Join us on Friday for the second Test from Edgbaston. But in the meantime, feel free to head on over to our Facebook page to dissect the match. And keep an eye out for all the post-match news and analysis from Andrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi at the ground. From myself, Brydon Coverdale, as well as Sahil Dutta and Liam Brickhill, thanks for joining us, and it's goodbye for now.

28.6
W
Anderson to Mohammad Asif, OUT, and that's the match! Asif edges to Swann at second slip and Anderson, who came around the wicket, has now finished with 11 wickets

Mohammad Asif c Swann b Anderson 0 (10m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

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Pakistan 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st10Imran FarhatSalman Butt
2nd0Imran FarhatAzhar Ali
3rd1Imran FarhatUmar Amin
4th20Imran FarhatMohammad Amir
5th6Mohammad AmirUmar Akmal
6th4Shoaib MalikMohammad Amir
7th0Shoaib MalikKamran Akmal
8th9Shoaib MalikUmar Gul
9th15Shoaib MalikDanish Kaneria
10th15Danish KaneriaMohammad Asif