(Pak Vs Eng) Eng Fall Of Wickets All Out On 72 2nd Test Day 4 28 Jan 2012 Abdul Rehman 6 Wickets





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Monty Panesar completed a triumphant return to Test cricket as he took six Pakistan wickets to leave England chasing 145 for victory in the second Test at the Sheikh Zayed stadium. Panesar has watched Graeme Swann's reputation grow apace in his two-and-a-half year absence but England's decision to field both of them for the first time since they faced Australia in Cardiff in the 2009 Ashes series has brought his Test career out of hibernation in style. He took three wickets on the fourth day as Pakistan were dismissed 25 minutes into the afternoon session. Asad Shafiq, who had resisted so determinedly on the previous day, was the first to fall, well caught low at first slip by James Anderson as Panesar found sharp turn.

He completed the job after lunch by removing Saeed Ajmal and Junaid Khan in the space of four balls, -- spread across two overs -- Ajmal caught at slip as Panesar again found big turn and Junaid, bowled, a No. 11 resorting to a reckless slog. Azhar and Shafiq had put on 88 in 42 overs but such a cautious approach is not part of Adnan Akmal's make-up. His attempt to reverse sweep Swann, on four, indicated that he saw things differently. He is certainly a sucker for the wide, driveable ball and when Stuart Broad provided it his uncontrolled shot flew to Strauss at second slip.

Little encapsulates Andrew Strauss' management of this England side more than his insistent on a systematic response whenever the thought of an umpiring review enters England's mind. England had briefly become excitable when Swann turned one into Azhar's pads and Alastair Cook caught the rebound at short leg. Strauss convened an immediate conference, calmed moods, sought judgements, demanded reason and error was averted. The businessman in him could not have been more apparent. That does not mean that England never mess up. They used up their final review against Abdur Rehman when Anderson's appeal for an lbw decision was sent upstairs, but the ball was shown to have pitched outside leg stump. Strauss might well insist that Mr Anderson attends a seminar on the subject at his convenience.

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