A cricket-starved fan in Dubai watches Pietersen and Morgan take it away from Pakistan - once she manages to find the stadium, that is
Abdul Razzaq produced a blistering innings of 46 not out from 18 balls as Pakistan squared the two-match Twenty20 series in dramatic style in Dubai
Paul Collingwood, and his opposite number, Shoaib Malik, had to concede that Abdul Razzaq's ferocious late onslaught in the second Twenty20 in Dubai had taken the breath away.
Kevin Pietersen produced arguably his most composed innings since his return from Achilles surgery, while Eoin Morgan continued the improvisatory form as Pakistan were overwhelmed by an unbeaten 112-run partnership
Paul Collingwood declared that he was "excited" by the manner of England's seven-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 against Pakistan in Dubai
Cricinfo previews the two Twenty20 Internationals between Pakistan and England in Dubai
Michael Lumb struck two boundaries from the final two balls as England Lions gave their senior colleagues a rude awakening at the start of their tour of UAE
Tim May, the chief executive of the international players union FICA, has warned that Twenty20 cricket is 'ripe for corruption'
Graeme Swann has followed Paul Collingwood's lead by expressing disappointment that England players don't get more exposure to Twenty20 through the IPL