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England v Pakistan 2nd ODI
Lord's: 2 September, 2006

A light drizzle greets spectators as they arrive at Lord's

A light drizzle greets spectators as they arrive at a murky Lord's for the second one-day international

The Lord's groundstaff spend the morning mopping the covers

The Lord's groundstaff spend the morning mopping the covers as the drizzle continues to delay any chance of action

Pakistan's cricket coach Bob Woolmer checks for the rain

Pakistan win the toss and elect to bowl but just as the players enter the field for the delayed start the rain returns

England's captain Andrew Strauss is dismissed by Shoaib Akhtar

Play does get underway and Pakistan strike in the first over - Andrew Strauss removed by Shoaib Akhtar for a golden duck

Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq sits in the Lord's dressing room

The rain returns yet again forcing the players off the field with England 7-1 after just 3.5 overs

Marcus Trescothick is dismissed by Pakistan's Mohammad Asif

Play resumes and England soon lose Marcus Trescothick - caught at slip off the bowling of Mohammad Asif for just six

Shoaib celebrates removing England's Ian Bell

England slide into trouble as Shoaib removes Ian Bell for nine to leave the hosts struggling in the tricky conditions on 18-3

England's Kevin Pietersen returns to the pavilion

Kevin Pietersen's top edge off Asif is caught at third man for 17 leaving England stunned on 44-4 in the 16th over

Abdul Razzaq traps Jamie Dalrymple lbw

Abdul Razzaq traps England's Jamie Dalrymple lbw for 13 to leave the hosts 78-5 in the 23rd over

Paul Collingwod shows his frustration after being removed by Shahid Afridi

England continue to toil in the Lord's gloom - Paul Collingwod trapped lbw by Shahid Afridi for 35 with England 107-6

Chris Read is bowled by Razzaq

Chris Read offers resistance but is bowled by Razzaq for 30 before a clatter of wickets sees England dismissed for 166

England's Jon Lewis pulls on his sweater

Jon Lewis gives England hope early on when he dispatches Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez cheaply

Mohammad Yousuf and Younis Khan

Younis Khan provides impetus to the Pakistan innings before he is caught by Pietersen on the boundary for 55

Inzamam-ul-Haq punishes the bowling of Darren Gough

Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Yousuf then see Pakistan comfortably home with seven wickets to spare


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