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England vs Pakistan, 3rd Test at Leeds, , Aug 04 2006 - Full Scorecard

3rd Test, Leeds, August 04 - 08, 2006, Pakistan tour of England and Scotland
515 & 345
(T:323) 538 & 155

England won by 167 runs

Player Of The Match
173 & 41
England 1st Innings
Pakistan 1st Innings
England 2nd Innings
Pakistan 2nd Innings
Match Flow
England 1st Innings 
c & b Mohammad Sami2859706047.45
c Younis Khan b Shahid Nazir3643755083.72
c & b Umar Gul2332494071.87
c Shahid Nazir b Mohammad Sami13516927220279.88
c Taufeeq Umar b Umar Gul3170952144.28
b Danish Kaneria11920626712057.76
lbw b Umar Gul3874924151.35
b Umar Gul01211000.00
b Umar Gul3445734075.55
c Mohammad Sami b Danish Kaneria36272942133.33
not out 512131041.66
Extras(b 13, lb 6, nb 11)30
TOTAL123 Ov (RR: 4.18, 527 Mins)515
Fall of wickets: 1-67 (Marcus Trescothick, 15.6 ov), 2-67 (Andrew Strauss, 16.4 ov), 3-110 (Alastair Cook, 26.1 ov), 4-192 (Paul Collingwood, 48.2 ov), 4-259 (60.6 ov), 5-345 (Chris Read, 87.1 ov), 6-347 (Matthew Hoggard, 89.4 ov), 7-421 (Kevin Pietersen, 104.4 ov), 8-445 (Ian Bell, 111.6 ov), 9-501 (Steve Harmison, 119.4 ov), 10-515 (Sajid Mahmood, 122.6 ov)
15.6 to ME Trescothick, gone, Sami held on to the return catch at the second time. Trescothick drives on the up, straight back to the bowler and the ball cannons into his chest but he held the rebound. That’s the breakthrough Pakistan needed and Sami flings the ball in the air with aggressive delight - as well he might. 67/1
60.6 to KP Pietersen, straight down the ground and straight into the hands of long-off. Pietersen had been getting a bit carried away in that over and finally sends that one high for an easy catch. He just didn't get hold of that one at all, and pays the price.. 259/4
104.4 to KP Pietersen, straight down the ground and straight into the hands of long-off. Pietersen had been getting a bit carried away in that over and finally sends that one high for an easy catch. He just didn't get hold of that one at all, and pays the price.. 421/7
26.1 to AN Cook, gone. A leading edge, trying to work that to square, and Gul takes an easy return catch. A soft dismissal but a jubilant Pakistan deserved that; they have got their man at last. High tens all round.... and that's lunch. 110/3
48.2 to PD Collingwood, slightly quicker bouncer this time, clever bowling and Collingwood fell into the trap. He tried to go aerial with a big hook shot but failed to get hold of it and it flew off the bottom third of his bat and over to the leg-side boundary for a soft, if high, catch. 192/4
87.1 to CMW Read, gone, nipped back on him and he stands on the crease, trapped. That would have hit middle-and-off and the batsman can have no complaints about that one.. 345/5
89.4 to MJ Hoggard, cleaned him up with one which pitched full and off stump and the impressive Gul claims a fourth wicket. Hoggard tries to play a forward defence, it took his off stump… and that’s stumps. 347/6
122.6 to SI Mahmood, at last, a yorker, and Mahmood plays all around it. A fine bit of bowling, knocking over Mahmood’s off stump and Gul raises his arms in relief and delight at picking up five wickets. 515/10
16.4 to AJ Strauss, a great catch, taken low at second slip, and Pakistan have another breakthrough with the two openers falling in quick succession. Great seam position from Nazir, a pearler and it's all Strauss can do to get the edge on it. 67/2
111.6 to IR Bell, the ball spun in from leg, and Bell hopped backwards, looking to work that one away to the offside but was totally cleaned up by one which stayed low. Kaneria has a wicket at last and he looked to the heavens with relief. 445/8
119.4 to SJ Harmison, outside his leg stump, Harmison takes a huge lunge forward to sweep but can only balloon the ball to short fine-leg to end a really useful and entertaining 36 from Harmison. Another wicket for Kaneria whose luck is finally turning (as are his legbreaks). 501/9
Pakistan 1st Innings 
run out (Pietersen)2049661040.81
c †Read b Hoggard738571018.42
run out (Mahmood)17328540522060.70
c †Read b Harmison19226134325273.56
hit wicket b Panesar2652585050.00
lbw b Collingwood011000.00
c Trescothick b Mahmood2038424052.63
c Harmison b Panesar1938503050.00
not out 1344650029.54
c Panesar b Mahmood714141050.00
c Trescothick b Panesar2936393180.55
Extras(b 1, lb 20, nb 6, w 5)32
TOTAL141.4 Ov (RR: 3.79, 575 Mins)538
Fall of wickets: 1-34 (Taufeeq Umar, 12.6 ov), 2-36 (Salman Butt, 14.4 ov), 3-399 (Mohammad Yousuf, 98.3 ov), 4-447 (Younis Khan, 112.2 ov), 5-447 (Faisal Iqbal, 112.3 ov), 6-451 (Inzamam-ul-Haq, 113.5 ov), 7-481 (Kamran Akmal, 124.4 ov), 8-489 (Mohammad Sami, 127.2 ov), 9-496 (Umar Gul, 130.4 ov), 10-538 (Danish Kaneria, 141.4 ov)
12.6 to Taufeeq Umar, well well. A straight one from Hoggard inviting the drive and the batsman stretches out to it. The huge edge is snapped up by Read, diving away to his left.. 34/1
98.3 to Mohammad Yousuf, GONE! Short, straighter this time and Yousuf fended it off and just got a glove to it. What a brilliant innings from a quite remarkable batsman who receives a standing ovation by all and sundry. Out goes one colossus and in comes the man-mountain and run-machine himself, Inzamam-ul-Haq. 399/3
124.4 to Kamran Akmal, well bowled Sajid Mahmood, keeping it in the corridor of uncertainty. It bounces on Akmal who flashes at it – a poor stroke – handing Trescothick the simplest of catches at first slip. Finally, Mahmood has a wicket.. 481/7
130.4 to Umar Gul, what a catch off a hook which wasn't quite timed properly and sailed high. Great take from Panesar at long leg, tumbling forward and he held it low. That should temporarily silence the critics of Panesar's fielding; he watched that right into his hands, although it must be said he looked mighty relieved when he held it. 496/9
113.5 to Inzamam-ul-Haq, fell on to his stumps trying to sweep Panesar. We oughtn’t to laugh but the way Inzamam dived over the stumps and nearly managed to hurdle them was quite comical: his belly took off the stumps as he caved right into them. The crowd immediately began to chant "You fell over! You fell over!" Tell you what, they're right. 451/6
127.2 to Mohammad Sami, swings lustfully to one just on his leg stump, but he top-edges it to Harmison at fine-leg who took two or three steps back towards the boundary and gobbled the catch in front of his nose. Well deserved, Monty.. 489/8
141.4 to Danish Kaneria, drifted in, turned a touch, beat him in the flight. Kaneria, trying to work that one to leg, got a leading edge and Trescothick takes a sharp chance at first slip, leaning across with his right hand to snatch it bringing the fun to an end. "I should have dropped that!" Trescothick jokes (assuming our resident lipreaders have done their job properly) as England jog off ... because of course he and Strauss will now have to face the odd over at the end of the day, which could prove quite awkward.. 538/10
112.3 to Faisal Iqbal, England have two in two balls, now, as Collingwood traps Iqbal bang in front. It’s absolutely plumb and that’s Collingwood’s first Test wicket. Iqbal’s bat got trapped in his back pad there, a touch unfortunate for him, but well bowled Collingwood. 447/5
England 2nd Innings 
c Salman Butt b Umar Gul581261668146.03
c †Kamran Akmal b Mohammad Sami11617125016067.83
c Faisal Iqbal b Danish Kaneria2134393061.76
b Danish Kaneria16151730106.66
b Shahid Nazir2557823043.85
c †Kamran Akmal b Mohammad Sami4581080.00
b Mohammad Sami55841286165.47
c †Kamran Akmal b Shahid Nazir2350066.66
c Younis Khan b Shahid Nazir830311026.66
c sub (Imran Farhat) b Umar Gul49151044.44
not out 516241031.25
Extras(b 8, lb 3, nb 19, w 1)31
TOTAL88.3 Ov (RR: 3.89, 387 Mins)345
Fall of wickets: 1-158 (Marcus Trescothick, 38.4 ov), 2-190 (Alastair Cook, 47.5 ov), 3-214 (Kevin Pietersen, 51.4 ov), 4-237 (Andrew Strauss, 58.3 ov), 5-248 (Ian Bell, 60.2 ov), 6-299 (Paul Collingwood, 72.2 ov), 7-301 (Sajid Mahmood, 72.5 ov), 8-323 (Matthew Hoggard, 80.5 ov), 9-332 (Steve Harmison, 83.4 ov), 10-345 (Chris Read, 88.3 ov)
58.3 to AJ Strauss, a huge wicket before tea. Sami banged that one in and that was a hesitant shot from Strauss who was trying to leave it but the ball just grazed the toe end of the bat. 237/4
60.2 to IR Bell, Bell is gone too! And it's a great catch from the beleaguered Akmal as well, as he dives low to his left to scoop up an inside-edge – his 100th dismissal in Tests in fact. Bell walks, to his credit, and England are in some disarray as Chris Read comes to the crease. Now then, now then ... here's a pressure situation to test his new batting skills .... 248/5
88.3 to CMW Read, inside edge slashed hard and cannons into the sticks, rattling middle stump. Sad way for a great innings to end, but now this makes things really interesting. 345/10
38.4 to ME Trescothick, great catch! Superb, soft-handed take by Salman Butt at second slip as Trescothick, eyeing a juicy short-and-wide gimme for four, cuts it but gets a bottom edge to Butt who takes it low in front of his right foot. Well taken indeed. 158/1
83.4 to SJ Harmison, clever captaincy from Khan, there. Mid-off had come up for that one and the move paid off as Harmison sent a tame catch there off a ball which was well pitched up. 332/9
72.2 to PD Collingwood, GONE! He’s dragged it on and Pakistan are jubilant. It was a nothing delivery really, hence Pakistan’s delight, outside the off stump and short. But it didn’t rise as much as Collingwood hoped and, off the back foot, he edged it into his stumps. 299/6
72.5 to SI Mahmood, soft dismissal. A casual shot from Mahmood, didn’t move his feet as he tried to cut and a big bottom edge flies low to Akmal who pouches that at his right knee. Mahmood didn't give himself time to play himself in, there and that's the second wicket in the over for Nazir. Interesting.... 301/7
80.5 to MJ Hoggard, the ball pops up on Hoggard and he can only fend with the open face to second slipThe new ball has done the job - and Nazir strikes again. 323/8
47.5 to AN Cook, gottim! Cook pushes forward at one which spins into him and a big inside edge flies to Faisal Iqbal at short leg, who stays down there to take a sharp chance. Kaneria deserved that wicket; he had been probing away for a while. 190/2
51.4 to KP Pietersen, a beauty. Googly, a quicker delivery, goes through the gate and Pietersen just doesn’t pick that. His off-stump is gone. Corker. Kaneria is so pleased with himself he runs around doing a chicken dance. 214/3
Pakistan 2nd Innings (T: 323 runs)
c Trescothick b Hoggard1628384057.14
c Cook b Panesar1154791020.37
b Panesar41831094049.39
run out (Collingwood)871310114.28
c †Read b Mahmood11111610100.00
c †Read b Mahmood022000.00
st †Read b Panesar3773846050.68
run out (Pietersen/Mahmood)066000.00
c Trescothick b Mahmood1720263085.00
c Collingwood b Mahmood044000.00
not out 029000.00
Extras(lb 6, nb 3, w 5)14
TOTAL47.5 Ov (RR: 3.24, 198 Mins)155
Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Salman Butt, 9.1 ov), 2-52 (Taufeeq Umar, 17.4 ov), 3-68 (Mohammad Yousuf, 20.3 ov), 4-80 (Faisal Iqbal, 24.4 ov), 5-80 (Kamran Akmal, 24.6 ov), 6-112 (Younis Khan, 35.2 ov), 7-113 (Mohammad Sami, 36.4 ov), 8-148 (Shahid Nazir, 44.1 ov), 9-149 (Umar Gul, 44.6 ov), 10-155 (Inzamam-ul-Haq, 47.5 ov)
9.1 to Salman Butt, GOT’IM! The perfect length enticing the drive outside off stump and Butt’s rather crooked and flashing drive edges the ball to Marcus Trescothick at first slip. 23/1
17.4 to Taufeeq Umar, the ball pitches just outside off, turns and the batsman bottom edges that one on to his pad where it flies up to Cook short in on the off-side. Panesar deserved that wicket, and he bounds up and down in delight (some may call it a skip): he’d had the batsman in all kinds of bother. 52/2
35.2 to Younis Khan, HE’S BOWLED HIM! It’s a crackerjack rip-snorting jaffa from the Montster! Lands it on middle-and-leg, Younis comes forward, misses, and it turns to hit the top of his off stump, just removing the bail. A remarkable ball, turning out of the rough. 112/6
47.5 to Inzamam-ul-Haq, and that’s it, England have won the series with that wicket. That was a sharp stumping by Read to dismiss Inzamam, who was out by some distance, there. Inzamam came charging down the pitch in a final act of defiance.. 155/10
24.4 to Faisal Iqbal, full ball down the leg side, hit with nearly the full face of the bat and Read pouches the ball, diving low to his left. A sharp take indeed and England will be licking their lips. Pakistan have some rebuilding work to be doing here now. 80/4
24.6 to Kamran Akmal, pearler of a delivery, pitches on a good length, rises, and Akmal can only edge that one through to Read as he’s squared up a treat. That’s an easier catch for Read this time, but he still hangs on to it. Pakistan are in tatters here and it’s no wonder Akmal trudges off so slowly.. 80/5
44.1 to Shahid Nazir, short and on middle stump, rising on Nazir who mistimes a pull, top-edging it miles in the air to Trescothick at slip. Typical tail-end shot. 148/8
44.6 to Umar Gul, gone! Well, that didn’t take long. Gul prods forward and a huge edge just below the handle flies to Collingwood at third slip who snaffles a sharp chance. This game is England's for the taking. 149/9
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Fri, 04 Aug - day 1 - England 1st innings 347/6 (Ian Bell 66*, 89.4 ov)
Sat, 05 Aug - day 2 - Pakistan 1st innings 202/2 (Younis Khan 64*, Mohammad Yousuf 91*, 55 ov)
Sun, 06 Aug - day 3 - England 2nd innings 3/0 (Marcus Trescothick 0*, Andrew Strauss 3*, 2 ov)
Mon, 07 Aug - day 4 - Pakistan 2nd innings 0/0 (Salman Butt 0*, Taufeeq Umar 0*, 1 ov)
Tue, 08 Aug - day 5 - Pakistan 2nd innings 155 (47.5 ov) - end of match
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
  • Drinks: Pakistan - 48/1 in 15.0 overs (Taufeeq Umar 7, Younis Khan 17)
  • Pakistan: 50 runs in 15.2 overs (96 balls), Extras 8
  • Lunch: Pakistan - 84/5 in 28.0 overs (Younis Khan 29, Inzamam-ul-Haq 0)
  • Pakistan: 100 runs in 32.2 overs (198 balls), Extras 11
  • Drinks: Pakistan - 148/8 in 44.1 overs (Inzamam-ul-Haq 30)
  • Pakistan: 150 runs in 45.5 overs (279 balls), Extras 14
  • Test Match Scorer: Satish Kumar
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TossEngland, elected to bat first
Player Of The Match
Series resultEngland led the 4-match series 2-0
Match numberTest no. 1813
Hours of play (local time)11am start, Lunch 1-1.40pm, Tea 3.40pm-4pm, Close 6pm
Match days4,5,6,7,8 August 2006 - day (5-day match)
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