England beat Pakistan in warm-up game

Updated: 19 September 2012 14:17 IST

In their last warm-up at the World T20 in Sri Lanka, England beat Pakistan by 15 runs on Wednesday.

New Delhi:

In their last warm-up at the World T20 in Sri Lanka, England beat Pakistan by 15 runs on Wednesday.

After being bowled out for a paltry 111, England successfully defended the score as they managed to restrict Pakistan at 99/9.

Luke Wright scored 38 after their openers fell cheaply. Saeed Ajmal was again the top bowler for Pakistan picking up 4 for 14.

Pakistan too started poorly losing their captain in the first over itself for a duck.

Wickets kept falling at regular intervals as Danny Briggs and Jade Derbach picked up three each. Skipper Stuart Broad chipped in with two more.

Kamran Akmal, the hero in Pakistan's run chase against India in the previous warm-up game, went for just two.

Topics : Stuart Broad England West Indies Australia Saeed Ajmal Cricket Pakistan New Zealand ICC World Twenty20 2012 Kamran Akmal
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