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Pakistan vs England 1st T20 (2010) Scorecard – Dubai

February 19, 2010 ODI, Scorecard  Posted by   1 Comment

Pakistan and England in UAE, 2 T20 International Series, 2010

England vs Pakistan - 1st T20

Played at Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 19 February 2010

Result – England beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

Pakistan Innings R B 4s 6s SR
Imran Nazir c Joe Denly b S Broad 2 15 0 0 13.33
Imran Farhat run out (Kevin Pietersen) 14 13 3 0 107.69
Khalid Latif c Matt Prior b Luke Wright 4 6 0 0 66.67
Umar Akmal c S Broad b G Swann 13 12 1 0 108.33
Shoaib Malik (C) c P Collingwood b G Swann 33 26 3 0 126.92
Fawad Alam
c Matt Prior b Stuart Broad
23 23 0 1 100.00
Abdul Razzaq c S Broad b Tim Bresnan 22 15 1 1 146.67
Sarfraz Ahmed (W) c S Broad b Tim Bresnan 5 5 1 0 100.00
Yasir Arafat Not Out 9 4 2 0 225.00
Umar Gul Not Out 1 2 0 0 50.00
Saeed Ajmal
Extras (b 0,lb 1,w 1,nb 1) 3
Total (8 wickets; 20 overs) 129 (6.45 runs per over)

Fall of Wickets (Pakistan) –

1-9 Imran Nazir (3.4 ov), 2-20 Imran Farhat (5 ov), 3-26 Khalid Latif (6.2 ov), 4-39 Umar Akmal (8.3 ov), 5-86 Shoaib Malik (14.2 ov),6-106 Fawad Alam (17.3 ov), 7-115 Sarfraz Ahmed (18.3 ov), 8-119 Abdul Razzaq (19 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ
Ryan Sidebottom 4 0 21 0 5.20
Tim Bresnan 4 0 30 2 7.50
Stuart Broad 4 0 23 2 5.75 (w 1)
Luke Wright 4 0 27 1 6.75 (nb 1)
Graeme Swann 3 0 18 2 6.00
Paul Collingwood 1 0 9 0 9.00

Powerplay: 1-6

England Innings R B 4s 6s SR
Jonathan Trott b Abdul Razzaq 4 10 0 0 40.00
Joe Denly c Imran Farhat b Yasir Arafat 1 3 0 0 33.33
Kevin Pietersen Not Out 43 43 3 0 100.00
Paul Collongwood (C)
run out (Imran Farhat)
0 4 0 0 0
Eoin Morgan Not Out 67 51 7 2 131.37
Luke Wright
Matt Prior (W)
Tim Bresnan
Stuart Broad
Graeme Swann
Ryan Sidebottom
Extras (b 1,lb 5,w 9, nb 0) 15
Total (3 wickets; 18.3 overs) 130 (7.03 runs per over)

Fall of Wickets (Australia):

1-7 Joe Denly (1.5 ov), 2-10 Jonathan Trott (2.4 ov), 3-18 Paul Collingwood (4.2 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ
Abdul Razzaq 4 0 24 1 6.00
Yasir Arafat 4 0 18 1 4.50 (w 3)
Shoaib Malik 3 0 28 0 9.33 (w 3)
Saeed Ajmal 4 0 18 0 4.50 (w 1)
Umar Gul 3.3 0 36 0 10.29

Powerplay: 1-6

Series: Pakistan and England in UAE, 2 T20 International Series, 2010
Venue: Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai
Date: Friday, February 19, 2010
Umpires: Asoka De Silva (SL),Kumar Dharmasena (SL) and Enamul Haque (BAN)
Referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SL)
Player of the Match: Eoin Morgan
Series Status: England won the 1st match of the series and lead the 2 match series by 1-0

Toss – Pakistan won the toss and elected to BAT first.

Teams
Pakistan: Imran Nazir, Imran Farhat, Khalid Latif, Umar Akmal, Shoaib Malik (C), Fawad Alam, Abdul Razzaq, Sarfraz Ahmed (W), Umar Gul, Yasir Arafat, Saeed Ajmal

England: Joe Denly, Jonathan Trott, Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood (C), Eoin Morgan, Luke Wright, Matt Prior (W), Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann, Ryan Sidebottom

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  1. Dr. Syed Salman Raza Jaafery says:

    Once again an unbalanced Pakistani side failed to deliver. There are two or three players, who despite, no performance in the recent Test. ODI and 20-20 matches still find place in the team.I would like to discuss them one by one.
    1-Umar Gull, who entrirely failed in the Test Series, was beaten by all the australian batsmen in ODI series, and was a failur in 20-20 matches, he is neither a wicket taking bowler off late, nor he is an econimical bowler. His econony in ODI is more than 6 an over and in T-20 cricket is more than 8 an over, but I am really surprised that how did he still found a place in the team !!?????????????
    Moreover, quite a few bowler were found to show excellent performance in the recent Under-19 world cup, but not a single of them could find place in the national team. How someone can, when partialism and injustice will pervail. Hammad Azam is one such example, who offered excellent balance with bat and ball in Under-19 world cup, but wasen’t seclected at all.
    2-Fawad Alam. Who is the nephew of Intikhab Alam, and this is the only merit on which probably he was selected. He could not play a single inspiring knock in Australia, but still he was selected. I would like to ask the selectors that on which basis was he selected.
    3-Naveed Latif. I seriously doubt that he is someone fitv to play t-20 format.
    4-Umar Akmal. After some good performances, he is again failing on regular basis and I think he should also be given some rest to re-gain his form at domestic level and then come back at international level. He should be asked to realize that performing in one test against a weak opposition like Newzealand is not enough to secure him a lifetime place in the team.
    Pakistan team looked dejected in the field, as if they have lost the war of nerves, and the way Umar Gul spoiled the whole party in three balls was a real shame. This players haven’t yet learnt that outswinger is never a good option to try at death. But I think he has fixed ideas and don’t want to learn from his previous mistakes. so why not to giev him some rest so that he may re-organize himslef before retuning to the national side.
    In my humble opinion, if these 3-4 players will not be replaced by appropraite and better alternatives, the team would not be able to win matches as they look like a group of players rather than a team.

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