and that's two balls too many ... full, clipped off bat and pad and Bell holds on to a brilliant one-handed reaction catch to his right at short leg. Collymore stands his ground, the umpires confer and refer ... the PA announces and England celebrate prematurely. England start high-fiving and hugging before the announcement as they get the thumbs-up from the dressing-room. It takes two minutes and endless replays before the third umpire gives his decision ... it's out
Presentations Polite applause for the officials ... and then it's Daren Ganga. "I must commend the guys and everyone contributed ... it's been a massive improvement and we're looking forward to the last Test." And then it's Michael Vaughan, cheered as he comes up. Fredalo all forgiven. "We had to fight hard and we're delighted with the victory ... they really dug in and batted well and we knew it would be tough." Special praise for Harmison who showed "tremendous character" in the way he bowled in the second innings.
And the Man of the Match is Monty Panesar for his 10 for 187. There's a surprise. "I'm delighted to get my first ten-for ... it was all about not getting carried away."
And that's all from us at Old Trafford. From Martin Williamson and Jenny Thompson it's goodbye and join us again on Friday for the fourth and final Test at Chester-le-Street.
England win by 60 runs Monty Panesar has his ten-for in the match - the first by an England spinner in almost a decade - and its hugs all round as Chanderpaul heads off to deserved applause. England have retained the Wisden Trophy and Michael Vaughan sets a new record by leading England to 21 wins.
pushed into the leg side and Chanderpaul happy to expose Collymore for two balls
shapes to crack the ball through the covers but mistimes it into the ground
floated up, Chanderpaul back to block
Slip comes out into the covers.
driven crisply through the covers, it's chased and cut off a yard inside the rope and they settle for two
Panesar starts his 52nd over
straighter but Collymore digs it out
Four balls at Collymore, not one near the target (unless he's aiming for his head)
outside off again and left
fuller but still short of a length, Collymore deliberately plays inside the line
and again Collymore ducks as well he might because that was dug in
short, Collymore ducks early as if expecting it
Chanderpaul not happy with himself at being stranded at the non-striker's end
short, pulled hard but right to Panesar at long leg who fumbles but does well enough to prevent the second
a rasping appeal for leg before, Collymore all at sea, but the ball heading down leg
pushed to deep mid-on and the batsmen accept the gifted single to leave Corey Collymore one ball to face
back and defends, dropping the ball into the ground at his feet
swept fine with a cry of anguish from Panesar, another two
driven deep into the covers, well placed to allow two runs
England giving the single and at last Chanderpaul turns it down
fired into Collymore's pads and into the leg side
Two wickets in four balls ... more questions about Chanderpaul's tactics in exposing the tail.
another ripper from Harmison at Edwards' chest, he is turned square as he tries to get into line and the ball loops off the edge to gully where Bell runs to his left to hold the catch
Edwards peppered Harmison in both innings, so he had to expect some back
short again and Edwards ducks right down and the ball sails over where his throat would have
|Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Toss||England, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Series result||England led the 4-match series 2-0|
|Match number||Test no. 1835|
|Hours of play (local time)||11am start, Lunch 1.00-1.40pm, Tea 3.40-4.00pm, Close 6.00pm|
|Match days||7,8,9,10,11 June 2007 - day (5-day match)|