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  Monday, 31 March, 2008, 00:09 GMT 01:09 UK
Saqlain's performance sparked Pakistani celebrations Pakistan's amazing victory
Pakistan take eight wickets in the final session to beat England by 108 runs and square the Test series 1-1.
No-ball row mars Pakistan triumph
Pakistan's joy after beating England is overshadowed by the inquest into umpiring mistakes at Old Trafford.
Graham Gooch England's missed opportunity
Former England captain Graham Gooch believes England missed the chance to throw down the gauntlet to Australia.
Umpires failed to heed warning
David Shepherd and Eddie Nicholls were told to watch out for no-balls during the Old Trafford Test.
Bari sacked by Pakistan
Pakistan's chairman of selectors, Wasim Bari, loses his job in a reshuffle.
McGrath warns 'negative' England
Australian paceman Glenn McGrath attributes England's batting collapse against Pakistan to a 'negative approach', not no-balls.
Inzamam moves up
Inzamam-ul-Haq moves up four places to fourth in the Test batting ratings after his Man of the Match performance at Old Trafford.
Wasim's curry power
The owner of Wasim Akram's favourite restaurant in Birmingham prepares for a visit from the Pakistan all-rounder.
Cricket chiefs debate 'eye' system
England chairman of selectors David Graveney suggests the use of a tennis-style 'magic eye' for no-ball decisions.
Tampering allegations are laughable
Former Pakistan captain Asif Iqbal reflects on a Test series that came right in the end for Pakistan.
Waqar praises team effort
Pakistan captain Waqar Younis hails his team's collective effort to take eight wickets in the final session to win the second Test.
Pride restored by Pakistan
BBC Sport Online cricket editor Paul Grunill reflects on an epic final day's play in the Old Trafford Test match.
A brilliant match
England all-rounder Craig White offers his views on the Old Trafford Test in his latest exclusive column for BBC Sport Online.
England's wake-up call
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew believes England paid the price for lack of enterprise on the final day at Old Trafford.
Pakistan's run machine
BBC Sport Online profiles the prolific Pakistan batsman Inzamam ul-Haq.
New star blooms for England
Following his maiden Test century, BBC Sport Online profiles England batsman Michael Vaughan.
Teams warned over behaviour
The match referee cautions England and Pakistan about their conduct after an incident involving Andy Caddick.
Divided loyalties at Old Trafford
BBC Online's Robert Fielding reports from the first day of the second Test at Old Trafford.
A change of scenery
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew previews the second Test between England and Pakistan.
Weak opposition hinders Pakistan
Waqar Younis believes under-strength opposition has hampered Pakistan's Test preparations.
Spin guru seeks new talent for England
Shane Warne's mentor, Terry Jenner, is heading an ECB initiative to unearth young leg-spinners for England.
Date set for Pakistan inquiry
Pakistan's probe into whether matches in the 1999 Cricket World Cup were thrown will begin on 22 September.
Spinners rout Leicestershire
Mushtaq Ahmed and Saqlain Mushtaq team up to send Leicestershire spinning to an innings and 26-run defeat.
Akhtar too hot to handle
Shoaib Akhtar takes four wickets and Salim Elahi hits 108 not out as Pakistan beat Leicestershire in a one-day game.
England romp to emphatic win
Pakistan lose 16 wickets in a day as rampant England win the first Test at Lord's by an innings and nine runs.
England march on
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects of England's comprehensive defeat on Pakistan at Lord's.
Pakistan denied by rain
Pakistan have to settle for a draw against Kent at Canterbury after rain washes out the final day's play.
Pakistan thwarted by Dowman
Mathew Dowman hits an unbeaten 145 as Derbyshire draw their three-day match against Pakistan.
Mushtaq routs students
Pakistan's Mushtaq Ahmed takes eight wickets to rip apart the British Universities and send them spinning to an innings defeat.

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