Kevin Pietersen on his way to a half-century, England v Pakistan, Group E, World Twenty20, Barbados, May 6, 2010 © Getty Images

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    Kevin Pietersen roars after taking a catch © Getty Images

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    It was a welcome return to runs for Kevin Pietersen after two modest scores in his first two games © PA Photos

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    Kevin Pietersen played all the bowlers with ease on his way to a 52-ball 70 © Getty Images

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    Kevin Pietersen needed treatment after smashing his bat into his ankle © Getty Images

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    Craig Kieswetter had a number of lives early on but ended up giving England a positive start © Getty Images

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    Michael Lumb got England's reply off to a rollicking start with a 13-ball 25 © Getty Images

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    England's openers were both given lives by Pakistan, much to the despair of Shahid Afridi © Getty Images

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    Salman Butt top-scored for Pakistan with 34 from 26 balls © Getty Images

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    Misbah-ul-Haq smashes a Stuart Broad free hit for six © Getty Images

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    Kevin Pietersen flings the ball away in triumph after a spectacular catch to remove Umar Akmal © Getty Images

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    Michael Yardy celebrates the second of his two wickets against Pakistan © Getty Images

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    The joy in the England camp was evident when Shahid Afridi was run out first ball © AFP

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    Michael Yardy picked up two cheap wickets to stem Pakistan's progress © AFP

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    Salman Butt gave Pakistan a good start with 34 from 26 balls © Getty Images

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    Stuart Broad claimed the first wicket to fall in Pakistan's innings © AFP

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    Kamran Akmal was felled by England's short-pitched line of attack shortly before top-edging a bouncer from Stuart Broad © AFP

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    Ryan Sidebottom retained his place ahead of James Anderson © Getty Images