Player of the Match
Player of the Match

19 | 17 Runs | PAK: 149/6 | RR: 7.84

  • Abdul Razzaq46 (18b)
  • Yasir Arafat5 (5b)
  • Ajmal Shahzad4-0-38-2
  • Stuart Broad4-0-24-1

Abdul Razzaq has been confirmed as Man of the Match while Graeme Swann has taken the Man of the Series award. And that just about wraps things up and England head to Bangladesh tomorrow to start their month-long tour. But there's plenty more cricket to come before that with more Twenty20 action from Australia when they take on West Indiesin Hobart, and there's also the first ODI between India and South Africa. If you are a football fan and want to keep up with all the Saturday action, head over to Soccernet and for all the rest of the sports news visit where's there's golf from Arizona among many other exciting things. But from me, Andrew McGlashan, and Liam Brickhill it's goodbye and thanks for joining us.

We will have the Man-of-the-Match award and all the other fluff shortly. Surely Razzaq's nailed for that prize? England will be pleased with the form of Pietersen and the continued success of Swann, but there are still issues with the opening partnership. Shahzad started wonderfully with two wickets but then got some tap, however looks one for the future.

For Pakistan, it's always hard to know what you'll get but today showed that one innings can win a Twenty20 match. With Afridi around alongside Razzaq they aren't short of fire power with the bat, but Umar Gul's form will be a concern and the top order is shaky.

What a knock from Razzaq 46 from 18 balls with five sixes and the series ends all square. There has been some excellent cricket and today Pakistan hauled themselves together. England had control of the game after Graeme Swann's fine spell of 3 for 14, but had no answer to Razzaq's hitting although the quicks, apart from Broad, couldn't quite get their length right to him. England could maybe have posted a few more than 148, but Pakistan deserve credit for sticking in there and never gave up. Both teams will have learnt a few things ahead of the World Twenty20 where Pakistan will be defending champions. Stay with us for the presentation.

Shahzad to Abdul Razzaq, SIX runs, and that is that, what a way to win it...a wonderfully clean strike over long on seals the victory. A breathless innings from Razzaq and Pakistan, after so many defeats recently, can finally taste victory.
Shahzad to Yasir Arafat, 1 run, that's stupid from Trott, a full toss was carved away and there was no run but for some reason he threw at the stumps and missed by miles to give away an overthrow
Shahzad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, what's happened there?! It looked like a great catch from Denly at long off, but the ball bounce just in front of him
Shahzad to Abdul Razzaq, SIX runs, that could be the game...Shahzad gambled with a slower legspinner and Razzaq picked it, swung hard through the line and cleared long off by miles
Shahzad to Abdul Razzaq, 2 runs, goes full at the stumps, drilled down towards long on and they are able to scamper back for a second again

"Great fighting spirit shown by Pakistan," says an excited Prahaladh in the US. "They really believe that they can win this. This is great for a team that hasn't done their best lately."

Shahzad to Yasir Arafat, 1 run, low full toss outside off, gives himself room and takes the bottom of bat down to third man

17 off two'd have to fancy the batting side. Wouldn't you? And here's Shahzad, on debut, so no pressure then.

18 | 6 Runs 1 Wkt | PAK: 132/6 (17 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.33, RRR: 8.50)

  • Abdul Razzaq31 (14b)
  • Yasir Arafat3 (3b)
  • Stuart Broad4-0-24-1
  • Tim Bresnan3-0-25-0
Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 2 runs, leg stump yorker, but it's placed perfectly down the ground and it allows them to come back for a second

Massive ball coming up

Broad to Yasir Arafat, 1 run, cut hard down to third man
Broad to Yasir Arafat, 2 runs, well, Arafat was about to duck another bouncer but at the very last minute flinched and ramped it down to third man...the ball was almost past him
Broad to Yasir Arafat, no run, bouncer first up, Arafat ducks and it's a priceless dot ball...good thinking from Broad

Yasir Arafat onto strike...he can hit a long ball

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, leg stump yorker which Razzaq can only clip out to deep midwicket

Plenty of life in this game...Razzaq the key

Broad to Fawad Alam, OUT, gone! Big wicket from Broad as the short ball works again. Fawad made good contact, but he picked out deep square-leg who barely had to move

Fawad Alam c Morgan b Broad 28 (26m 20b 2x4 0x6) SR: 140.00

Pakistan need 23 from 18's their game at the moment

17 | 8 Runs | PAK: 126/5 (23 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 7.41, RRR: 7.66)

  • Fawad Alam28 (19b)
  • Abdul Razzaq28 (12b)
  • Tim Bresnan3-0-25-0
  • Stuart Broad3-0-18-0
Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 1 run, charges down the pitch, gets a meaty top edge which loops into space and falls short of long on who charges in...he manages to keep them down to a single. Good over from Bresnan
Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, dragged down by Bresnan, Razzaq connects well but picks out long on
Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 1 run, makes room to carve through the off side, cut hard but straight to deep cover
Bresnan to Fawad Alam, FOUR runs, cracking shot, that's a ripper, drilled straight down the ground and it was past Bresnan before he knew anything about it
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Pakistan 2nd innings Partnerships

4Imran NazirImran Farhat
0Imran FarhatUmar Akmal
36Shoaib MalikUmar Akmal
24Shahid AfridiUmar Akmal
14Fawad AlamUmar Akmal
48Abdul RazzaqFawad Alam
23Abdul RazzaqYasir Arafat