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Sunday, August 1, 2010

England vs Pakistan 1st Test Result - Anderson swings England to 354-run win

England vs Pakistan 1st Test Result - Anderson swings England to 354-run win

England secured their first overseas series victory with a convincing 354-run win on the 4th day of the 1st Test at Trent Bridge on Sunday, 1st August 2010 . James Anderson delivered a career-best performance by Man of The Match collects a stump after taking his 11th wicket and sealing England win Beat Pakistan.

England needed less than one session to complete a massive 354-run victory over Pakistan on day four of the first Test at Trent Bridge. James Anderson continued to profit in swinging conditions, knifing through Pakistan's line-up to take 6 for 17 and pick up his very first 10-wicket match haul after his 5 for 54 in the first innings.

Pakistan were in a tenuous position to start with at 15 for 3, and after a muted start by England's bowlers they quickly capitulated, crashing to 80 all out fifteen minutes before the scheduled lunch break.

Match Summary:

England 1st Inning - 354/all out; 104.1 overs (Morgan 130, Asif 5-77)

Pakistan 1st Inning - 182/all out; 54 overs (Gul 65*, Anderson 5-54)

England 2nd Inning - 262/9 dec. in 75.3 overs (Prior 102*, Gul 3-41)

Pakistan 2nd Inning - 80/all out; 29 overs (Kaneria 16*, Anderson 6-17)

Toss - England, who chose to bat.

Man of the Match - James Anderson (England)

Result - England won by 354 runs.

Series - England led the 4-match series 1-0.

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