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Pakistan whitewash England in Test series DUBAI: Pakistan's bowlers sealed an emphatic 71-run win in the third and final Test against England here on Monday, wrapping up a humiliating 3-0 series whitewash in the process. Set a daunting 324-run target, England were bowled out for 252 with paceman Umar Gul taking 4-61 and off-spinner Saeed Ajmal 4-67 to help Pakistan achieve a first-ever Test cleansweep against their opponents. With the ball turning again it was always going to be a difficult task for England's batsmen, who have struggled to play the Pakistani spinners throughout the series, on a weary fourth day pitch at Dubai Stadium. Pakistan won the first Test here by ten wickets and the second by 72 runs in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan have also become the first team to win a Test after being bowled out for under 100 since 1907 when England, shot out for 76, beat South Africa at Leeds. It was England's seventh series whitewash, their ...
Pakistan whitewash England with third Test win DUBAI: Pakistan beat England by 71 runs in the third and final Test to sweep the series 3-0 on the fourth day at Dubai Stadium here on Monday. England were dismissed for 252 in their second innings as they slumped to a first-ever series whitewash against their opponents. For Pakistan it was a fifth series whitewash, their last coming in a 3-0 triumph over Bangladesh in 2003. Umar Gul (4-61) and Saeed Ajmal (4-67) shared the spoils. Ajmal ...
England reach 89-2 at lunch in third Test        DUBAI: England, chasing 324 to win, reached 89-2 at lunch on the fourth day of the third and final Test against Pakistan played at the Dubai Stadium on Monday.   Alastair Cook (41) and Kevin Pietersen (one) were unbeaten at the crease after England lost Andrew Strauss (26). They still need another 235 runs to win with two sessions and a day to play. Pakistan lead the series 2-0. Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2010 ...
Pakistan foil England DUBAI: Pakistan hit back with two quick England wickets to set up an interesting finish to the third and final Test played at the Dubai Stadium on Monday.   Chasing a daunting 324-run target, England went to lunch at 89-2 with Alastair Cook unbeaten on a chancy 41 and Kevin Pietersen on one not out, needing another 235 runs to avoid a clean sweep in the series. Pakistan won the first Test here by ten wickets and the ...
Pakistan 222-2 at close in third Test DUBAI: Pakistan were 222-2 in their second innings at close on the second day of the third and final Test against England played at Dubai Stadium here on Saturday, taking an overall lead of 180 runs. Younis Khan, who notched his 20th Test hundred, was unbeaten on 115 and with him Azhar Ali was 75 not out. The two have added 194 runs for the unfinished third wicket stand. England were bowled out for 141 in reply ...

 



 
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