Anderson Blitz; Hat-Trick for England Star as Pakistan Fall for 185

By Lloyd, David | The Evening Standard (London, England), June 20, 2003 | Go to article overview

Anderson Blitz; Hat-Trick for England Star as Pakistan Fall for 185


Lloyd, David, The Evening Standard (London, England)


Byline: DAVID LLOYD

JIMMY ANDERSON set the tone with a first-ball wicket and a spectacular late hat-trick to put England on course for a handsome win at The Oval today.

Golden boy Anderson made a perfect start when he struck instantly dismissing Imran Nazir in this second NatWest Challenge match against Pakistan.

England could not keep up that rate of progress but Anderson's hat-trick after Pakistan had recovered to 185 for seven left the home side in control.

The Lancastrian had Abdul Razzaq caught at mid-off, dismissed Shoaib Akhtar via an edge behind and then shattered Mohammad Sami's stumps with a low full toss to leave Pakistan 185 all out. Yousuf Youhana and Azhar Mahmood had put together a sensible stand of 72 to ensure England would have some sort of testing target to chase against Akhtar and Sami.

That danger was ended when local boy Rikki Clarke dismissed his Surrey team-mate, Mahmood, for 30 via a sliced drive to gulley.

But Youhana was left high and dry on 75 not out after Anderson's fireworks.

Vaughan's fledgling side needed to make a good start after the disappointment of narrowly losing Tuesday's encounter. But Anderson was so quick on the draw that many spectators were still taking their seats when Pakistan lost their first wicket.

Anderson has seldom wasted much time to impress since making his international debut last winter.

Today's strike was speedy by even his standards.

Thrown the new ball after Pakistan had won the toss, Anderson's first delivery struck Nazir directly in front of the stumps to earn an equally quick leg before decision from umpire Neil Mallender.

Nazir did not look happy, though there was absolutely nothing wrong with Mallender's verdict. …

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