Result
1st Test, Nottingham, Jul 29 - Aug 1 2010, Pakistan tour of England
354 & 262/9d
(29 ov, target 435)
182 & 80
England won by 354 runs
Player Of The Match
Day 4
Kamran Akmal ponders the simple chance that he dropped to give Andrew Strauss a reprieve
Butt keeps faith in Kamran Akmal
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
James Anderson bowled Imran Farhat with a full swinging delivery
Butt not convinced Ys heads are the answer
2yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Mohammad Asif burst through Kevin Pietersen's defences as Pakistan kept the pressure on after lunch
Strauss plays down Pietersen's poor form
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
James Anderson sealed his second five-for in the Test and his first ever 10-wicket match haul when he dismissed Shoaib Malik
Strauss urges consistency after England triumph
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
James Anderson sealed his second five-for in the Test and his first ever 10-wicket match haul when he dismissed Shoaib Malik
Anderson swings England to 354-run win
1yThe Bulletin by Liam Brickhill
Mohammad Yousuf drives through the off side
Mohammad Yousuf added to Test squad
1yNagraj Gollapudi and Osman Samiuddin
Day 3
Danish Kaneria picked up his first wicket of the innings when an lbw decision against Graeme Swann was referred
Waqar wary of workload for fast men
2yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Matt Prior was elated to reach his third Test century
Pushed to the margins, Prior takes centre stage
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
How it unfolded: Andrew Strauss edged to second slip, where Umar Akmal parried the ball up before it was caught by a diving Kamran Akmal
A tale of two wicketkeepers
2yAndrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Matt Prior celebrates his hundred
Prior ton puts England in control
1yThe Bulletin by Liam Brickhill
Day 2
Kamran Akmal ponders the simple chance that he dropped to give Andrew Strauss a reprieve
Kamran Akmal under pressure after miserable mistakes
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
James Anderson caused problems throughout the day for Pakistan's batsmen
Unpredictable Anderson finds his birthday best
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
James Anderson bowled Imran Farhat with a full swinging delivery
Pakistan bat with eyes wide shut
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Umar Gul attacked the old ball towards the end of the day to edge Pakistan close to the follow-on target
15 wickets... and another dropped catch
2yAndrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
James Anderson jumps for joy after picking up his fifth wicket on the occasion of his 28th birthday
Anderson's five put England on top
1yThe Bulletin by Liam Brickhill
Azhar Ali trudges off after opting not to use the UDRS to a caught-behind decision
Pakistan still in need of UDRS training
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
Day 1
Eoin Morgan launches a straight six off Danish Kaneria to reach his century
Morgan proves the man for all formats
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
Paul Collingwood pulls over the top during his half-century
Pakistan hopeful batsmen can undo fielding errors
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
Kamran Akmal ponders the simple chance that he dropped to give Andrew Strauss a reprieve
A nerveless six and nervy behind the sticks
2yAndrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Eoin Morgan had the confidence to bring out the reverse sweep
Uncertain Kaneria fails to make his mark
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Eoin Morgan had the confidence to bring out the reverse sweep
Morgan's magical maiden ton gives England control
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Others
Stuart Broad chats with England bowling coach David Saker
England aim for swing in Australia
1yCricinfo staff
<I>The Daily Telegraph</B> reports on the crisis at The Oval
Strauss's captaincy comes full circle
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
James Anderson's rhythm was in full working order as he routed the Bangladesh top-order
England focus on the task at hand
1yAndrew Miller at Trent Bridge
Umar Akmal attempted a number of big shots during his brief stay at the crease
Pakistan batting needs a guiding hand
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Trent Bridge
Ajmal Shahzad gave England XI their first breakthrough
Bresnan replaces injured Shahzad
1yCricinfo staff