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Pak slumps to lowest ever total in T20 in six wicket thrashing by England
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England won the Twenty20 series against Pakistan by winning their second match by six wickets after the tourists suffered the embarrassment of being dismissed for 89.


London, Sep 8 : England won the Twenty20 series against Pakistan by winning their second match by six wickets after the tourists suffered the embarrassment of being dismissed for 89.

Pakistan's total was their worst in 40 matches at this level, while England's seventh straight Twenty20 international win saw them equal a record held jointly by South Africa and Pakistan.

England finished on 90 for four to complete a six-wicket win with 36 balls to spare, having won by five wickets here on Sunday, The News reports.

Pacer Tim Bresnan took three wickets for 10 runs in 3.4 overs as Pakistan fell short of their previous worst Twenty20 international score of 125 for nine in 20 overs against Australia at Melbourne in February.

Stuart Broad, left-arm quick Ryan Sidebottom and off-spinner Graeme Swann took two wickets each, while left-arm spinner Michael Yardy's four overs cost just 10 runs.

Umar Akmal's 17 was the top score for 2009 World Twenty20 winners Pakistan.

"It was irresponsible and immature. We have to take more responsibility and show more pride," The Telegraph quoted skipper Shahid Afridi, as saying.

Asked about the effect of the spot-fixing charges, he said: "I am trying to keep these things away but it is very hard. We have to forget everything once we are inside the ground and focus only on the cricket."

ANI

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