Result
2nd Test, Birmingham, Aug 6-9 2010, Pakistan tour of England
72 & 296
(36.3 ov, target 118)
251 & 118/1
England won by 9 wickets
Player Of The Match
Day 4
Salman Butt offers some support to Mohammad Amir on a tough first day for Pakistan
Pakistan's bowlers need more support
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Jonathan Trott flicks down the leg side
Strauss demands improvement despite six in a row
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Andrew Strauss survived a couple of chances but looked in good form as England neared victory
Strauss and Trott secure nine-wicket victory
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Day 3
Stuart Broad celebrates as the England bowlers enjoyed another productive outing against a hapless Pakistan line-up
Broad fined for throw at Haider
1yCricinfo staff
Zulqarnain Haider played a number of crisp strokes as he frustrated England
Inspiring Zulqarnain gives Pakistan belief
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Stuart Broad cut a frustrated figure all day as he grew increasingly agitated by Pakistan's resistance
Broad charged for 'inappropriate' throw
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Stuart Broad remonstrates with the umpire after a caught-behind appeal was turned down
Haider's fine review and Broad's brattish streak
1yAndrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Graeme Swann took three wickets on the third morning to leave Pakistan reeling
England encounter some timely defiance
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Zulqarnain Haider drives down the ground
Haider gives Pakistan hope as Swann takes six
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Day 2
Umpire Marais Erasmus makes a late dead-ball call as Kevin Pietersen backs away
Butt plays down dead-ball row
1yCricinfo staff
Kevin Pietersen is beat by Saeed Ajmal but survives...again
KP rides his luck in fight for form
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Umar Gul walks from the fielding holding his leg
Gul sent for scan on hamstring
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Salman Butt speaks to Marais Erasmus after Kevin Pietersen was caught off a dead ball
KP's travails, Amin's golden arm
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Saeed Ajmal bowled an impressive, but wicketless, spell before the rain returned
Battling Pietersen gives England control
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Saeed Ajmal enjoys the wicket of Paul Collingwood
Ajmal proves his Test credentials
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Day 1
Graeme Swann snaffled  a straightforward chance at second slip to help Steven Finn remove Salman Butt
Pakistan perform like the Bangladesh of old
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Salman Butt offers some support to Mohammad Amir on a tough first day for Pakistan
Pakistan's fumbling fielders let the side down again
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Salman Butt calls for the review and Andrew Strauss is soon on his way
Battered Pakistan fold on day one
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Stuart Broad successfully appeals for the wicket of Azhar Ali
Sorry Pakistan crumble for new low
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Others
Zulqarnain Haider drives down the ground
The Pakistan supporters' bag, and a Gatting costume
1ySaad Qureshi
Zulqarnain Haider bats in the nets with Kamran Akmal keeping wicket
Zulqarnain's long road to recognition
1yNagraj Gollapudi at Edgbaston
Andrew Strauss takes a breather during England's training session ahead of the second Test
Strauss backs batsmen to come good
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Andrew Strauss takes a breather during England's training session ahead of the second Test
Strauss wary of volatile Pakistan threat
1yAndrew Miller at Edgbaston
Zulqarnain Haider bats in the nets with Kamran Akmal keeping wicket
Kamran dropped for second Test
1yNagraj Gollapudi in Birmingham
Paul Collingwood holds on to a catch during England's practice session ahead of the second Test
Brittle Pakistan need to show fight
1yThe Preview by Andrew McGlashan