1st T20I, Cardiff, Sep 5 2010, Pakistan tour of England
(17.1/20 ov, target 127)
England won by 5 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
Player Of The Match
ENG Innings
Full commentary
end of over 184 runs
ENG: 129/5CRR: 7.51 
Eoin Morgan38 (24)
Michael Yardy35 (26)
Umar Gul2.1-0-17-1
Saeed Ajmal3-0-30-0

England win by five wickets At one stage Pakistan were bossing this contest but their shambolic fielding coupled with Morgan and Yardy's calmness meant England ended up coasting to victory. England have now won six T20 games in a row.

Shahid Afridi says he feels that 140 would have been a more competitive total but thinks England's spinners and Ryan Sidebottom bowled very well. Paul Collingwood looks a satisfied man and he too credits England's bowlers, saying that Swann could turn it on ice at the moment.

Michael Yardy is named Man of the match for his 1-21 with the ball and unbeaten 35 from 26 balls with the bat. He came out with in England in a hole but played superbly and thoroughly deserves the award.

Andrew Miller has his final match bulletin ready for your perusal, so check that out.

That's all from us, nice to spend some time talking about actual cricket, thanks for all the emails and I hope you'll join us for the second Twenty20 game of this series on Tuesday at 6.00pm.

Umar Gul to Morgan, FOUR runs
Morgan's done it, wow, this partnership has won England the game in a flash, short ball from Gul that Morgan crashes through point to the boundary to seal the result. He runs down and gives Yardy a big hug and the World Twenty20 champions won this at a canter in the end
end of over 179 runs
ENG: 125/5CRR: 7.35 • RRR: 0.66 • Need 2 runs from 18b
Michael Yardy35 (26)
Eoin Morgan34 (23)
Saeed Ajmal3-0-30-0
Shoaib Akhtar4-1-23-2
Saeed Ajmal to Yardy, no run
carefully driven to mid off, so Morgan will get a chance to hit the winnings runs
Saeed Ajmal to Yardy, 2 runs
fetches a sweep from way outside off towards deep backward square leg, excellent running once again
Saeed Ajmal to Yardy, no run
how about this, Yardy leaves alone outside off stump. England pretty much there now, this partnership has made it into a doddle