Cricket

England 141 all out

2012-02-04 09:29
Abdur Rehman (File)

Dubai - Leftarm spinner Abdur Rehman completed a five-wicket haul to help Pakistan restrict England's lead to 42 on the second day of the third and final Test on Saturday.

England, resuming at the overnight 104-6, waere bowled out for 141 inside the first hour with Rehman claiming 5-40. Pakistan - leading the series 2-0 - were bowled out for 99.

England captain Andrew Strauss hit a gritty 56 off 150 balls in over three and a half hours before he was foxed by Rehman's flighted delivery and was stumped.

Rehman had earlier clean bowled James Anderson in the first over of the day before he took the catch of Graeme Swann in the deep off Saeed Ajmal to end England's innings.

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