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Last Updated: Wednesday, 21 December 2005, 08:39 GMT
Pakistan v England photos

Mohammad Asif bowls England captain Marcus Trescothick very early in the game

Captain Marcus Trescothick wins the toss, chooses to bat and is dismissed for one as England make a terrible start

Matt Prior has another disappointing innings

Four overs later, debutant Mohammad Asif claims his second wicket when Matt Prior is caught for nine by Salman Butt

Pakistan celebrate another top-order wicket off the bowling of Arshad Khan

Andrew Strauss and Vikram Solanki guide the tourists past the 50-run mark but see the former stumped soon after

Vikram Solanki makes 49 off 86 balls before falling to Shahid Afridi

With the aid of Andrew Flintoff, Solanki leads a tentative recovery until he too comes unstuck on 49 making it 117-4

Andrew Flintoff makes 39

Flintoff plays some flamboyant shots before falling to Naved-ul-Hasan as England limp towards a pretty uninspiring score

Paul Collingwood takes England's tally to 181-8

Paul Collingwood sees a number of partners go cheaply before being run out while trying to add to his knock of 33

Yasir Hameed prepares to catch Shaun Udal

England have only 192 when they lose the ninth wicket of Shaun Udal, further reducing their chances of success

Liam Plunkett takes the score past 200 with a six off the final ball

Spirits are raised, however, by Liam Plunkett who smashes a rapid 24 not out off 12 balls as the tourists total 206-9

Salman Butt loses his wicket to Steve Harmison

Requiring just over four runs an over, Pakistan's response receives an early setback when they lose Salman Butt for six

James Anderson celebrates the prize wicket of Akmal after he edges to Trescothick

Having averaged 58.50 runs in the previous four games, Kamran Akmal makes only 11 before falling to James Anderson

Yasir Hameed thwarts England with a determined 50

Coming in at number three, Yasir Hameed registers his tenth ODI half century to get the Pakistan effort back on track

Mohammad Yousuf prepares to play a Udal delivery

Hameed falls to Udal but the runs continue to flow from the bat of Mohammad Yousuf who also reaches 50

James Anderson celebrates the wicket of Abdul Razzaq

With victory in sight, three quick wickets apiece from Ian Blackwell and then Anderson turn the game on its head

Liam Plunkett celebrates after bowling the final ball of the match

Needing 11 off the last over, Pakistan are frustrated by Plunkett who concedes only four to give England a six-run win


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