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  Saturday, 2 June, 2001, 19:17 GMT 20:17 UK
Teams warned over behaviour
Andrew Caddick's innings was brief, he made just one
Andrew Caddick's innings was brief, he made just one
Second Test, Old Trafford: England 1st innings 357 all out
Pakistan 1st innings 403 all out & 87-3 (day three)

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England and Pakistan were warned about their future behaviour by the match referee after the third day of the second Test saw an exchange of words between Andy Caddick and several of the tourists.

Referee Brian Hastings spoke to Caddick, Rashid Latif and Azhar Mahmood following the incident which occured when the England bowler came to the wicket in England's first innings.

A statement issued after those talks said: "He (Hastings) has issued a warning to both teams that their behaviour was not acceptable but will be taking no further action."

Caddick made just one before he was caught by Latif off the bowling off Saqlain Mushtaq.


Getting the first Test hundred. It's a great feeling
Michael Vaughan
England collapsed from 282 for two to 357 all out, handing the tourists a 46 run lead.

And that advantage was extended to 133 by the close as Pakistan reached 87 for three.

England's innings had owed much to the efforts of Graham Thorpe (138) and Michael Vaughan (120).

Vaughan was delighted to have scored his first century at Test level as the remarkable run of form, that has seen him score centuries in his last two county games, continued.

"It's been a great two weeks - three hundreds," Vaughan said. "Obviously this is my greatest moment - getting the first Test hundred. It's a great feeling."


I am disappointed with myself for the way I got out, but the feature of our innings was the running between the wickets
Graham Thorpe
But he was surprised with the manner that he brought up his ton - a six that included four over-throws.

"I was telling the lads in the dressing room, you wouldn't put much money getting a 100 with a six. But it was a six in a different way," he added.

"I am delighted it's come and has taken a while."

Vaughan shared in a record-breaking third wicket stand of 267 with Graham Thorpe, and the Surrey left-hander recorded his ninth Test century.

But Thorpe's departure, run out by Wasim Akram, sparked England's collapse that saw the last eight wickets fall for 75 runs.

"I am disappointed with myself for the way I got out, but the feature of our innings was the running between the wickets," Thorpe said.

"Sometimes you live by the sword and die by it."

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