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Toony™®
8th November 2005, 09:30
31/1


Pakistan A require another 214 runs with 9 wickets remaining

http://uk.cricinfo.com/db/NEW/LIVE/frames/ENG_PAK-A_06-08NOV2005.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/shared/fds/hi/statistics/cricket/scorecards/2005/11/12287/html/scorecard.stm

http://home.skysports.com/livescores/cricket/

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 09:45
I hope Nazir can add some runs.

Lahoria
8th November 2005, 09:53
Pak A off to a flyer 61/1 after just 7 overs, looks like Pak A are going to end it in a hurry. I really hope Farhat goes on to make a big one.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 09:58
Pak A off to a flyer 61/1 after just 7 overs, looks like Pak A are going to end it in a hurry. I really hope Farhat goes on to make a big one.

yeah, i was shocked.

much more than i expected! :O

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 09:58
hoggard going 10 an over.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 09:58
I really pray I don't jinx him (Like a certain poster here) :59:

But look at this:

Shahid Nazir 18 14 2 0 128.57 not out :O

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:03
69-1

Flintoff into the attack.

Pakistan A require another 176 runs with 9 wickets remaining

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:04
Freddie's first over goes for 6!

whyhkk
8th November 2005, 10:06
is this a dream

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:12
Farhat retires hurt on 24!

razzler
8th November 2005, 10:13
Imran Farhat is retired hurt on 24. Pak A is 74/1 from 11 overs. Faisal Athar is the new batsmen. This is from cricinfo.

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:13
74-1 the score after 11, Faisal Athar the new batsman in and hes off the mark with a boundary.

Big Mac
8th November 2005, 10:14
Hope Farhat isn't hurt too badly

Amir_rulez
8th November 2005, 10:15
Good links posted there toonboy

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 10:15
How did Imran Farhat hurt himself?

I feel this could be the turning point in this exciting match.

Amir_rulez
8th November 2005, 10:19
78-1

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:20
Shahid Nazir still batting, thats the shocker for me! Lets hope he can keep it up.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:21
85-1 now

Nazir 33* :O

Off only 25 balls, two 4's and one 6 too :14:

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:24
85-1 now

Nazir 33* :O

A 6 off Flintoff! :O

mulan
8th November 2005, 10:26
I really pray I don't jinx him (Like a certain poster here) :59:

Who dat? :20:

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:26
Just one from that Harmison over 86-1 now.

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:27
Who dat? :20:

No need to mention his name.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:28
Who dat? :20:


shhhhh...just thinking of him might bring bad luck :P :D

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:34
98/2

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:36
Shahid Nazir goes for a very valiant innings

43 from 31 with 3 fours and 2 sixes

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:37
But 11 runs came from that last Flintoff over.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:38
Shahid Nazir misses his 50: 43 off 31 Balls, 3 4's and 2 6's SR:138.71

:14: :19:

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:38
But 11 runs came from that last Flintoff over.


Flintoff who, Nazir smacked him for two 6's today :)))

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:39
100 up, 100-2, Athar 8* Yousaf 0*

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:40
Drop Younis and bring Nazir in...that useless Lassi Maker can make way for Nazir the Destroyer (with the bat) :D :16:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:40
100/2 (16 ov)

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:40
102/2

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:41
Run rate 6.25 at the moment!

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:43
scorecard looks like realtime at the mo.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:44
Pakistan A require another 143 runs with 8 wickets remaining

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:50
ramiz raja on radio 5 now.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:50
http://www.bbc.co.uk/fivelive/index.shtml?logo

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:52
117/3

someone just hit a six.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:53
ramiz raja on radio 5 now.


not anymore

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:54
pak require 128 runs with 7 wickets in hand

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 10:55
I don't mean to complain, but the cricinfo scorecard hasn't updated in ages.

Can anybody recommend anything faster?

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:55
not anymore

:6:

Monsee
8th November 2005, 10:56
I don't mean to complain, but the cricinfo scorecard hasn't updated in ages.

Can anybody recommend anything faster?



http://home.skysports.com/livescores/cricket/

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 10:56
I don't mean to complain, but the cricinfo scorecard hasn't updated in ages.

Can anybody recommend anything faster?

No sooner that I uttered these words, Cricinfo behaved itself and announced: 111 for 3.

Hasan Raza hit a six.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 10:58
118 for 3

raza smacked 2 sixes.

14 off 4 balls.

Amir_rulez
8th November 2005, 10:58
Hasan raza hitting sixes? Wats the rush captain?

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:58
118-3 another 6 from Hasan Raza

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 10:58
Hasan Raza doing an Afridi impersonation.

And I must admit, a very good one at that.

Raz
8th November 2005, 10:59
Strike rate of 350 at the moment!

Raz
8th November 2005, 11:00
Flintoff has gone for 7 an over.

6 overs for 42 runs with 2 wickets

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 11:03
Hasan Raza will play the first test for sure.

I think he already knows this and his current exuberance is a result of this knowledge.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:04
I think Nazir has inspired them with his batting...they are just following down the same path. Attack, Attack, Attack

BTW, Raz check Mr. Dumb_Excellence's mind numbing post in 'Shoaib' thread

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:05
137/3

Raz
8th November 2005, 11:05
137-3

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:05
Pak require another 108 to win!

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:06
in about 10 mins 19 runs have been added!

Raz
8th November 2005, 11:09
I think Nazir has inspired them with his batting...they are just following down the same path. Attack, Attack, Attack

BTW, Raz check Mr. Dumb_Excellence's mind numbing post in 'Shoaib' thread


I have done! :31:

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:12
I have done! :31:


Now check this one "Woolmer's latest on Shoaib" ;-) :D

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 11:14
Cricinfo misbehaving again...

The Skysports link doesn't work for me. Perhaps its my location...

But seriously, I've noticed over the years that Cricinfo isn't the most reliable site for latest scores. Maybe I'll start a thread on this...

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:15
Here you go akhi..Ace Base http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cricket/england/latest_scorecard/default.stm

Its the best IMO.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:15
Cricinfo misbehaving again...

The Skysports link doesn't work for me. Perhaps its my location...

But seriously, I've noticed over the years that Cricinfo isn't the most reliable site for latest scores. Maybe I'll start a thread on this...



Every time one curses cricinfo, they quickly fix the problem

Pak A now 140-3 :D

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:17
I think all the sites are following the same thing. As soon as one updates, you hear that all the others are updated as well.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:17
Pakistan A require another 105 runs with 7 wickets remaining

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:18
we got more than the first innings.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:19
any1 hear wat happened to Farhat...??

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:20
Like Hasan Raza said after their first innings "We had a really good chance to set up the game for us, but our batsmen failed"

If they had eventaken a 50 runs lead, it would have been quite handy now :(

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:20
I hope Farhat comes back and completes his half century, that would put him in a good position for the third test selection.

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 11:21
Here you go akhi..Ace Base http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cricket/england/latest_scorecard/default.stm

Its the best IMO.


Jazaak Allah kahirun, Yaa Aba Fadl.

However, BBC is even slower.....

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:22
Jazaak Allah kahirun, Yaa Aba Fadl.

However, BBC is even slower.....

The how does everyone else get it fast? What is their secret? :20: :D

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 11:23
'Crawlinfo' still displaying 140 for 3....

Perhaps this is the cue for the score to be updated?

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:23
any1 hear wat happened to Farhat...



His Father-in-Law (Mohammed Ilyas) called Bob 'Motta', that set up a huge fight...Malik, Younis and Co. took Bobby's side, then Humayun Farhat came to idiot Ilyas's aid and also delivered a 'Barrak' (A loud call) 'Oye Farhataa tera ***** suussar kharach ho jawaay ga...chaiti naal aa kaay aidhi ghatia shakal nuun bachaa"

...so that's how Farhat had to go off the field :23:

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:26
143-3 now

Raz
8th November 2005, 11:27
His Father-in-Law (Mohammed Ilyas) called Bob 'Motta', that set up a huge fight...Malik, Younis and Co. took Bobby's side, then Humayun Farhat came to idiot Ilyas's aid and also delivered a 'Barrak' (A loud call) 'Oye Farhataa tera ***** suussar kharach ho jawaay ga...chaiti naal aa kaay aidhi ghatia shakal nuun bachaa"

...so that's how Farhat had to go off the field :23:

:))) :)))

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:27
143/3

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:28
only 3 runs coming off the last 3 overs?

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:29
His Father-in-Law (Mohammed Ilyas) called Bob 'Motta', that set up a huge fight...Malik, Younis and Co. took Bobby's side, then Humayun Farhat came to idiot Ilyas's aid and also delivered a 'Barrak' (A loud call) 'Oye Farhataa tera ***** suussar kharach ho jawaay ga...chaiti naal aa kaay aidhi ghatia shakal nuun bachaa"

...so that's how Farhat had to go off the field :23:

:9:

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:29
only 3 runs coming off the last 3 overs?



Score Board tampering again, I presume :13:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:29
only 3 runs coming off the last 3 overs?


probably playing for lunch - lunch break now as a matter of fact.

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:30
101 more runs required now

Amir_rulez
8th November 2005, 11:31
96 more to go.

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:31
probably playing for lunch - lunch break now as a matter of fact.

makes sense then :19:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:31
149/3

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:31
:9:



What, do you have Humayun's side of the story...so did Bob called 'Ilyas' a name or two first...like kameena, kutta, kammi kameen (delivered in Farangee accent) :D

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:32
What, do you have Humayun's side of the story...so did Bob called 'Ilyas' a name or two first...like kameena, kutta, kammi kameen (delivered in Farangee accent) :D
:13:

no.

Amjid Javed
8th November 2005, 11:33
latest - 149/3

i hope hasan raza and shahid yousaf take pakistan "A" past finish line.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:33
Pakistan A require another 96 runs with 7 wickets remaining

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:33
Score Board tampering again, I presume :13:

Some guy's probably using his hacking skills again :D

Amir_rulez
8th November 2005, 11:33
Ilyas' commentry was awful.

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:35
Ilyas' commentry was awful.



Did he talked about our awful Farangee coach :21:

Raz
8th November 2005, 11:36
153-3 at lunch

Monsee
8th November 2005, 11:36
Some guy's probably using his hacking skills again :D



Only if I had those skills...Pak will never loose a game, 'On the Net at least that is' :D

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:38
Only if I had those skills...Pak will never loose a game, 'On the Net at least that is' :D

So we would be the virtual kings of cricket :)))

If only the rest of hte world could be run that way :D

Amjid Javed
8th November 2005, 11:40
well done shahid nazir, maybe if he becomes a bits and pieces player instead of a good seamer he may earn a place in the senior side.

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 11:42
well done shahid nazir, maybe if he becomes a bits and pieces player instead of a good seamer he may earn a place in the senior side.

so ur saying he cant concentrate on his batting and being a good seamer at the same time? :10:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 11:43
92 more runs required.

MIG
8th November 2005, 11:58
well done shahid nazir, maybe if he becomes a bits and pieces player instead of a good seamer he may earn a place in the senior side.

Giles seems to be doing the same for England !

Seriously speaking, Mo Asif should have a better chance of making the team then Nazir on current performance ?

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:07
Pakistan A were 153 for three at lunch as chasing 245 for victory on the final day of England's latest warm-up match.

Opener Imran Farhat and nightwatchman Shahid Nazir hit Matthew Hoggard for 18 runs in two overs early on.

They Pakistan pair also punished Steve Harmison and Ashley Giles before Farhat retired hurt with a hand injury.

Nazir, who made 43 off 31 balls with three fours and two sixes, fell to a yorker from Andrew Flintoff who also had Faisal Athar caught and bowled.

But England's stand-in captain Marcus Trescothick had plenty of problems as Hasan Raza and Shahid Yousuf continued to plunder runs.

England also had another injury scare when Andrew Strauss had also left the field with apparent discomfort in a hamstring, but he returned soon afterwards.

Raz
8th November 2005, 12:18
Giles seems to be doing the same for England !

Seriously speaking, Mo Asif should have a better chance of making the team then Nazir on current performance ?

Miggy chacha!!! How are you? How is Pakistan? More importantly how are the pakorey and the lassi?

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 12:26
Miggy chacha!!! How are you? How is Pakistan? More importantly how are the pakorey and the lassi?

One thing I have noticed on PP is that everybody seems to want to have a go at MIG.

What is it about MIG that makes him so...erm...desirable?(!)

Big Mac
8th November 2005, 12:28
How is that "having a go"?

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:29
One thing I have noticed on PP is that everybody seems to want to have a go at MIG.

What is it about MIG that makes him so...erm...desirable?(!)

His purple and gullable personality! :D

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:30
Pak A now 161/3 after 33 overs.

Last time we only survived 33.5 overs

Raz
8th November 2005, 12:30
One thing I have noticed on PP is that everybody seems to want to have a go at MIG.

What is it about MIG that makes him so...erm...desirable?(!)

I have the utmost respect for PP's favourite chacha.

Raz
8th November 2005, 12:31
81 needed now with 7 wickets in hand.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:32
164 for 3 (34.0 overs)

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:35
166/3

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:35
79 more 2 get!

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:37
toon boy, which site you getting the score from?

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 12:38
I have the utmost respect for PP's favourite chacha.

I think its quite amusing.

If MIG and I were the same age, I would joke with him too. But alas, he's at least 50 years older than I....

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 12:40
toon boy, which site you getting the score from?

Try "quicinfo".....

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:41
I think its quite amusing.

If MIG and I were the same age, I would joke with him too. But alas, he's at least 50 years older than I....

Im gonna have a heart attack!! I thought it was atleast 100 years gap! :O :O :)))

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:43
168/3

bbc

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/shared/fds/hi/statistics/cricket/scorecards/2005/11/12287/html/scorecard.stm

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:45
173/3 after 37 overs....

Hasan Raza is the real deal guys!

Somali Pirate
8th November 2005, 12:47
173/3 after 37 overs....

Hasan Raza is the real deal guys!

i have been saying that for years

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:48
i have been saying that for years

Sorry Elan, didn't know you back then, otherwise I would've joined your bandwagon WAYYYYYYY back! :D

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:50
184 for 3 (39.0 overs)

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:50
Raza's surely got his half century then? My scorecard is slow

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:50
Hasan Raza 51 64 5 2 79.69 not out
:14:

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:51
WELL DONE RAZA BOY!!!!!!!! This guy has won my praises in the past couple of days. Really impressed me everytime he played at the domestic level, and now this talented performance.

Hope he goes on to bigger and better things.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 12:53
192 for 3 (40.0 overs)

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:54
Raza hits his THIRD SIX!

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 12:55
Shahid Yousuf and H Raza have played the exact same number of deliveries, but the latter has almost double the runs.

Raz
8th November 2005, 13:00
Im gonna have a heart attack!! I thought it was atleast 100 years gap! :O :O :)))

Phainti alert! Phainti alert! :21:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:01
196/3 (41 ov)

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:02
Pakistan A require another 49 runs with 7 wickets remaining

Pakistan A RR: 4.78

Somali Pirate
8th November 2005, 13:03
Sorry Elan, didn't know you back then, otherwise I would've joined your bandwagon WAYYYYYYY back! :D

:))

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:03
198/3

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:04
201/3

44 runs required.

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 13:09
202/3 43 runs needed.

Muddaser
8th November 2005, 13:11
Well done Hasan Raza.

This should finally shut up all the doubters who believe he is suspect against pace.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:13
202 for 3 (43.0 overs)

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 13:16
Well done Hasan Raza.

This should finally shut up all the doubters who believe he is suspect against pace.

Maybe he WAS a bit suspect against pace when he first showed up at the international scene..but now he is just amazing.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:17
204/3 (45 ov)

Jive Jive Pakistan
8th November 2005, 13:22
100 parttnership up well done to boith of them

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 13:26
Why did the england innings stop when they were only 9 down? Did they declare? because if they did, a victory for Pak A would be a slap in the face for them! :16:

Jive Jive Pakistan
8th November 2005, 13:28
Why did the england innings stop when they were only 9 down? Did they declare? because if they did, a victory for Pak A would be a slap in the face for them! :16:


no vaughan is injured

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 13:31
no vaughan is injured

NO!!!!!! You split cold water all over the moment! :6: I was hoping they had declared...but oh well, I guess this fantasy can come true in the real matches Muahahahaha! :16:

Jive Jive Pakistan
8th November 2005, 13:32
NO!!!!!! You split cold water all over the moment! :6: I was hoping they had declared...but oh well, I guess this fantasy can come true in the real matches Muahahahaha! :16:


we all live in in hope ;-) :| ;-) :D

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:33
221 for 3 (48.0 overs)

Big Mac
8th November 2005, 13:33
Shahid Yousuf brings up his 50

Jive Jive Pakistan
8th November 2005, 13:33
:27: :30: :30: :19: shahid yousuf get his 50

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:34
Shahid Yousuf 51 not out :14:

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:38
223 for 3 (49.0 overs)

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:42
228/3 (50 ov)

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 13:42
I suppose, at this stage, England have given up hope of salvaging the match.

They'll probably put their part-timers on now, until the end of the game. No point risking your frontline bowlers for a lost cause.

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:45
Pakistan A require another 17 runs with 7 wickets remaining :D

Ace Base
8th November 2005, 13:45
Mabrook, Mabrook, to all the Pakistanis on a famous victory.

Inshallah, the senior team shall perform even better.

English arrogance takes another licking...

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:46
Mabrook, Mabrook, to all the Pakistanis on a famous victory.

Inshallah, the senior team shall perform even better.

English arrogance takes another licking...


:13: :20:

mulan
8th November 2005, 13:53
Latest score please....neither cricinfo nor sky are updating....

And any news on Farhat's fingers?

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:56
Pak A have won!

Flintoff Got Yousef LBW for 57.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/shared/fds/hi/statistics/cricket/scorecards/2005/11/12287/html/scorecard.stm

Big Mac
8th November 2005, 13:56
245/4, Shahid Yousuf gone, Farhat back.

Pakistan A win by 6 wickets

Jive Jive Pakistan
8th November 2005, 13:58
tlatest news match abonded due to scorecard failure

Big Mac
8th November 2005, 13:58
England XI 1st innings R M B 4 6
ME Trescothick b Mohammad Asif 8 31 23 1 0
AJ Strauss c Shahid Yousuf b Shahid Nazir 5 20 14 0 0
*MP Vaughan c Shahid Yousuf b Mohammad Asif 17 44 23 3 0
KP Pietersen c Amin-ur-Rehman b Shahid Nazir 4 20 15 0 0
PD Collingwood c Shahid Yousuf b Mohammad Asif 0 4 4 0 0
A Flintoff c Arshad Khan b Mohammad Asif 9 26 17 2 0
+GO Jones b Mohammad Asif 0 8 4 0 0
AF Giles b Mohammad Khalil 21 52 40 2 0
SD Udal c Taufeeq Umar b Mohammad Asif 23 52 28 3 0
MJ Hoggard not out 11 44 29 0 0
SJ Harmison c Amin-ur-Rehman b Mohammad Asif 18 30 14 4 0
Extras (lb 4, w 5, nb 1) 10
Total (all out, 35.1 overs) 126

FoW: 1-13 (Strauss), 2-13 (Trescothick), 3-34 (Pietersen),
4-34 (Vaughan), 5-40 (Collingwood), 6-44 (Jones),
7-53 (Flintoff), 8-87 (Giles), 9-101 (Udal),
10-126 (Harmison).

Bowling O M R W
Shahid Nazir 10 5 18 2
Mohammad Asif 16.1 2 62 7 (5w)
Arshad Khan 1 0 2 0
Mohammad Khalil 8 1 40 1 (1nb)

Pakistan A 1st innings R M B 4 6
Imran Farhat lbw b Hoggard 23 42 25 3 0
Taufeeq Umar c & b Hoggard 6 10 9 1 0
Faisal Athar c Jones b Hoggard 0 2 2 0 0
Shahid Yousuf b Hoggard 10 10 8 2 0
*Hasan Raza lbw b Giles 34 115 67 4 0
Mansoor Amjad b Collingwood 7 13 15 1 0
+Amin-ur-Rehman c Flintoff b Giles 32 72 46 4 0
Arshad Khan lbw b Giles 0 1 0 0 0
Shahid Nazir not out 11 0 13 0 0
Mohammad Asif c Trescothick b Harmison 6 3 9 0 0
Mohammad Khalil lbw b Harmison 1 12 13 0 0
Extras (b 4, nb 4) 8
Total (all out, 33.5 overs) 138

FoW: 1-9 (Taufeeq Umar), 2-9 (Faisal Athar),
3-29 (Shahid Yousuf), 4-46 (Imran Farhat),
5-58 (Mansoor Amjad), 6-118 (Amin-ur-Rehman),
7-118 (Arshad Khan), 8-124 (Hasan Raza),
9-132 (Mohammad Asif), 10-138 (Mohammad Khalil).

Bowling O M R W
Hoggard 8 0 39 4 (4nb)
Harmison 10.5 0 54 2
Collingwood 4 0 14 1
Flintoff 7 2 13 0
Giles 4 1 14 3

England XI 2nd innings R M B 4 6
ME Trescothick lbw b Mohammad Asif 1 20 9 0 0
AJ Strauss c Amin-ur-Rehman b Shahid Nazir 56 130 98 7 0
*MP Vaughan retired hurt 0 6 1 0 0
KP Pietersen lbw b Mohammad Asif 0 3 1 0 0
PD Collingwood c Shahid Nazir b Mansoor Amjad 61 100 70 6 4
A Flintoff c Shahid Nazir b Mansoor Amjad 28 28 19 4 2
+GO Jones c Amin-ur-Rehman b Mansoor Amjad 30 89 63 4 0
AF Giles c Shahid Nazir b Mohammad Asif 49 112 83 9 0
SD Udal c Faisal Athar b Mansoor Amjad 12 14 19 2 0
MJ Hoggard b Mansoor Amjad 3 7 8 0 0
SJ Harmison not out 9 0 11 1 0
Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 2) 7
Total (all out, 63.4 overs) 256

FoW: 1-4 (Trescothick), 2-10 (Pietersen), 3-123 (Strauss),
4-123 (Collingwood), 5-154 (Flintoff), 6-212 (Jones),
7-226 (Udal), 8-230 (Hoggard), 9-256 (Giles).

Bowling O M R W
Shahid Nazir 11 2 55 1
Mohammad Asif 11.4 2 44 3 (1w)
Arshad Khan 17 2 55 0
Mansoor Amjad 24 3 97 5 (1w)

Pakistan A 2nd innings (target: 245 runs) R M B 4 6
Imran Farhat not out 37 0 40 6 0
Taufeeq Umar c Jones b Hoggard 15 11 9 3 0
Shahid Nazir b Flintoff 43 60 31 3 2
Faisal Athar c & b Flintoff 8 42 34 1 0
Shahid Yousuf lbw b Flintoff 57 155 105 7 0
*Hasan Raza not out 71 0 104 4 3
Extras (lb 6, nb 8) 14
Total (4 wickets, 52.2 overs) 245

To Bat: Mansoor Amjad, +Amin-ur-Rehman, Arshad Khan,
Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Khalil.

FoW: 1-27 (Taufeeq Umar), 2-98 (Shahid Nazir),
3-103 (Faisal Athar), 4-232 (Shahid Yousuf).

Bowling O M R W
Hoggard 8 1 50 1 (4nb)
Harmison 13 5 40 0
Flintoff 10.2 0 67 3 (3nb)
Giles 9 1 41 0
Udal 9 0 34 0
Collingwood 3 1 8 0 (1nb)

Toony™®
8th November 2005, 13:59
Latest score please....neither cricinfo nor sky are updating....

And any news on Farhat's fingers?


well looks like he came out to bat.

scored 37 not out!

Baron
8th November 2005, 14:00
Excellent result for the Pak A team. An even better result considering it wasnt our most powerful A team!!!! Really good to see the English get humilliated :) But the most satisfying is seeing Hasan Raza get a half century and the winning runs. With him coming at number 6 (well after all the performances so far) for Pakistan, we're starting to have a pretty decent batting lineup.

mulan
8th November 2005, 14:02
Farhat back?...well it seems no damage to his fingers then.

Good victory for Pakistan A. Even the saffie supporters around here are getting some pleasure out of this. Wonder what they'll do if (when?) Pakistan beats England....

entralinks
8th November 2005, 14:16
well looks like he came out to bat.

scored 37 not out!What score was he on when he got injured and left?

Baron
8th November 2005, 14:19
Yeh well it is rather special that these guys have betten the all conquering England team. Remember, they are going to wipe the Pakistan team off the map by whitewashing them 3-0! Also its rather shameful losing to this team considering a few of the players in this A team shouldnt have been picked. Despite the fact they were carrying deadwood, they still beat there arses, quite comfortably. All in all a most satisfying win id say :)

desidude
8th November 2005, 14:21
Great display by Pakistan A's team and full credit to their batsmen and bowlers. I think Hassan Raza has given himself a great favor by scoring some valueable runs. I think he has put alot of pressure on Inzi and WB to bring him in the Pakistan's XI and i think Asim kamal's place is in serious doubt. It will be very hard for Inzi or BW not to bring Hassan Raza in the team. I think bowlers did really well especially Mohammad Asif. He bowled well. However, I think it will be very difficult for him to get a spot in the team and the same for Yasir Arafat. But it is good to know that Pakistan has good backup bowlers who can perform well.

sy
8th November 2005, 14:25
What score was he on when he got injured and left?


i think he was on 24.

entralinks
8th November 2005, 14:32
Thanks.

Flintoff got some beating, 67 from 10 overs.

But his wickets column is still busy.

Hash
8th November 2005, 14:35
YEEEEEEEESSSSSSS

Great stuff from Raza and Yousuf! I said the other day we will need two out of Raza, Yousuf and Farhat to put their heads down. They did it! At the end of the day we destroyed them. Congratulations to Pak A....let's hope this is a sign of things to come, both in the future of Pakistan cricket in the long term.....and also in the short term with the destruction of Valait in the test series.

Daoud
8th November 2005, 14:44
Great stuff from the A team. Hopefully this will show the senior team how to do things. I wonder how close Hasan Raza is to an recall now. Unlike Asim Kamal and Bazid Khan in the previous match, he top scored in both innings so hes done whatever he could

F16
8th November 2005, 14:47
Congrats to PAK - A in the victory over thier tour game against England .

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 15:53
I think if Farhat had come back in a little earlier, he too could have got his half century..looked in good nick and made a swift 37 off 40.

I have a feeling he's coming back to form. Hope he gets an opportunity in the third test and makes use of it.

AT1
8th November 2005, 16:04
now the question pops up again.. hasan raza has been on superb form, should he play? i say yes. but then who for?

Hash
8th November 2005, 16:09
Asim Kamal

Geordie Ahmed
8th November 2005, 16:15
now the question pops up again.. hasan raza has been on superb form, should he play? i say yes. but then who for?

i would play him ahead of Kamal
i would then play Afridi as an opener instead of Malik - OR i would play Afridi instead of Kaneria as a specialist spinner

Raz
8th November 2005, 16:17
No i would have Afridi at no.6, no Hasan Raza or Asim Kamal.

tahaqureshi
8th November 2005, 16:23
No i would have Afridi at no.6, no Hasan Raza or Asim Kamal.

We all know you're crazy, no need to show it... :D

But seriously, Asim Kamal hasn't done anything to get kicked out, its just that Hasan Raza has shown more to warrant a place in the side. If you look at it, both batsmen have got the same opportunities at domestic level with all eyes watching, and Asim has consistently failed. Even in the latest Patron's XI match, Asim only made 14 and 0 which frankly, doesn't speak much for his current form. No doubt he ahs performed for Pak in the past, but at the moment we need to look at wats best for us for this particular series. He will get his chances later, when we tour india etc, but for now I think Hasan Raza has stepped up and deserves the spot.

HAFRIDI
8th November 2005, 16:30
great performance!! england struggling! hope we nail em in the first test:)

Monsee
8th November 2005, 16:41
No i would have Afridi at no.6, no Hasan Raza or Asim Kamal.



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mulan
8th November 2005, 16:52
i would then play Afridi as an opener instead of Malik - just read on BBC that it seems like Malik will deffo play as opener....
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/cricket/other_international/pakistan/4414054.stm
"We have three options for opening batsman in the squad with Shahid Afridi and Salman Butt apart from Malik. Shoaib may open the innings," Younis explained.

"Malik has played sensibly as a middle-order batsman and I believe he can do the same as an opener. He is a good prospect." according to Younis Khan, at least

Raz
8th November 2005, 16:58
Whats wrong with Afridi at 6? He gives the team more options.

1) The brutal batting style, unmatched by any. He can take away the game in just one session if that.

2) His bowling adds variety and has been very penetrative and reliable justfiying the tag of partnership breaker and tail cleaner.

3) An awesome fielder, one of the best in Pakistan in any position, has the strongest arm in the world, is quick and is a live wire.

AT1
8th November 2005, 17:12
Whats wrong with Afridi at 6? He gives the team more options.

1) The brutal batting style, unmatched by any. He can take away the game in just one session if that.

2) His bowling adds variety and has been very penetrative and reliable justfiying the tag of partnership breaker and tail cleaner.

3) An awesome fielder, one of the best in Pakistan in any position, has the strongest arm in the world, is quick and is a live wire.

notice the "can"! whats the probability of afridi scoring something? raz be honest with urself..we need someone who we can rely on as our top order nearly always falls early.

Pathan007
8th November 2005, 17:15
i think Hasan Raza should be given a chance in a test or 2 while Asim Kamal should be rested.

Raz
8th November 2005, 17:15
notice the "can"! whats the probability of afridi scoring something? raz be honest with urself..we need someone who we can rely on as our top order nearly always falls early.

Im an optimist not an astrologer. I dont what he will do. He is capable of anything. He could smash the world record in just one session.

He doesnt have an average of 41 this year in Tests for nothing and surely that should count for something.

AT1
8th November 2005, 17:43
Im an optimist not an astrologer. I dont what he will do. He is capable of anything. He could smash the world record in just one session.

He doesnt have an average of 41 this year in Tests for nothing and surely that should count for something.

u dont need to be an astrologer to figure it out, its common sense..

Monsee
8th November 2005, 18:13
Well done Hasan, Nazir, and Shahid Yousaf...you have made us proud

Also credit to M. Asif, Mansoor Amjad, and the rest of the team :14: :19:

What do you say now Mr. 3-0 Whitewash :21:

AT1
8th November 2005, 19:31
Well done Hasan, Nazir, and Shahid Yousaf...you have made us proud

Also credit to M. Asif, Mansoor Amjad, and the rest of the team :14: :19:

What do you say now Mr. 3-0 Whitewash :21:

never knew he was a poster on pp :D

Hash
8th November 2005, 19:33
Unless Noddy bhai is actually Paul Collingwood

sehsan
8th November 2005, 19:58
Its great to see hassan and shahid yosuf comes into the paty. Its seems likely that hassan is going to play at 6 BUT the question arises where would afridi play? It can be 1 or 7. I will got afridi at 1. I think we should play 3 fast bowlers with danish as genuin spinner and afridi

I hope whatever management decides is best for pakistani team

fair_play
8th November 2005, 21:27
Raza has sealed his place at number 6 for the next few matches - in my opinion. And deservedly so.

AT1
8th November 2005, 21:37
FP, do u think in that case pakistan is being unfair to Asim Kamal/.

Rana Banana
8th November 2005, 21:49
any one got the video of day 2 and day 3

His_Excellence_
8th November 2005, 22:16
Congrats to Pakistan "A"
excellent effort. If it wasn't for Patron XI's batting collapse, we'd have a 2-0 whitewash against the Brists in the pre-series persay lol
oh well...let's hope the "A" boys have done enough, to breakdown their "High on Ashes Horse".

Hasan Raza definately deserves a chance. Having said that, I would not take away Afridi out of the team at any cost...he's a 3-d cricket (Bats, Bowls, Fields well).
Asim Kamal seems to be out of form terribly...I think Asim should be given a run in the first test nevertheless, but if he fails to perform...then Hasan should be given a chance ahead of him in the second test.

Rob H
9th November 2005, 00:55
Add Pakistan A to that list

Wales
Essex
South Africa A
Somerset
Pakistan A

Monsee
9th November 2005, 00:58
Add Pakistan A to that list

Wales
Essex
South Africa A
Somerset
Pakistan A



Never seen any grapes as sour as these :P

Rob H
9th November 2005, 01:17
Never seen any grapes as sour as these :P
explain? Where did i say that they didnt deserve to win? All i stated was that Pakistan A are among the other Warm up winners.

Monsee
9th November 2005, 01:24
explain? Where did i say that they didnt deserve to win? All i stated was that Pakistan A are among the other Warm up winners.



Yep, yep, ahaan ahaan...we know the whole deal :P

So what was your feelings when you saw the score card today

Schiller
9th November 2005, 01:25
raza definitely deserves a chance now

z10
9th November 2005, 01:32
but who should he replace?

kamal?

ZM
9th November 2005, 01:37
congrats pak A
cant wait till we thrash england now :D