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England v Pakistan 3rd ODI
Rose Bowl: 5 September, 2006

Trescothick turns to look at his shattered stumps

After being put into bat by the visitors, England see opener Marcus Trescothick fall to Shoaib Akhtar off the first ball

Strauss sends a shot to the boundary

Despite the early set-back, captain Andrew Strauss and Ian Bell build a 50 partnership to get the innings back on track

Abdul Razzaq celebrates Strauss's wicket

Strauss reaches his half-century but goes no further, falling to former Middlesex team-mate Abdul Razzaq in the 15th over

Kevin Pietersen wipes his brow on the way back to the dressing room after falling to Rana Naved-ul-Hasan

Kevin Pietersen comes to the crease but, by his standards, has another disappointing day scoring only 20 off 22 balls

Ian Bell looks threatening but falls short of his 50

Bell continues to defy Pakistan's attack and moves to 42 before being caught by Mohammad Hafeez at backward point

Paul Collingwood and Jamie Dalrymple form the top partnership of the innings

Paul Collingwood and Jamie Dalrymple add 101 before the latter falls to Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, leaving England on 226-5

Rana Naved-ul-Hasan becomes the pick of Pakistan's bowlers

He also claims Collingwood's scalp for 61 and a further wicket to finish with 4-57 as the hosts post a total of 271-9

Jon Lewis enjoys taking the wicket

In reply, Pakistan lose the early wicket of Shoaib Malik when he drives loosely to Collingwood at the end of the first over

Bowler Stuart Broad appeals for the run out after watching his captain hit the stumps

An expert piece of fielding by Strauss sees the other opener Hafeez run out five overs later to leave the visitors on 29-2

Younis Khan punishes England's bowlers

The celebrations dry up for England as Younis Khan, assisted by Mohammad Yousuf, completes his 26th ODI half-century

Mohammad Yousuf sends a delivery away for more runs

The experienced pair complete their 100 partnership in the 26th over as England's bowlers toil under the lights

Younis Khan performs a prostration of thanks on completing his century

A single off Sajid Mahmood sees Younis complete his second one-day ton as the runs continue to flow for the tourists

Stuart Broad takes the wicket of Kamran Akmal for 0 to leave him on a hat-trick ball

With Pakistan firmly in control, the pair are removed and a late collapse ensues with Stuart Broad among the wickets

Lewis and Naved rub shoulders after the latter's dismissal

Jon Lewis unseats Naved to give the home fans hope of a dramatic win - Pakistan need seven runs off the last 12 balls

Captain Inzamam-ul-Haq celebrates victory with Shoaib Akhtar after hitting the winning runs for Pakistan

The victory does not materialise as Pakistan find the runs and win by two wickets, giving them a 2-0 series lead


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