Pakistan cricket team in England in 1992


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Pakistan cricket team in England

The Pakistani cricket team toured England in the 1992 English cricket season, the first tour since the acrimonious visit by England to Pakistan in 1992/88, which was highlighted by the Mike Gatting/Shakoor Rana dispute. Five Test matches and five One Day Internationals were scheduled, running from May to August.
The Test series was won 2-1 by Pakistan, who fielded a consistently strong team led by Javed Miandad and featuring the batting talent of Saleem Malik and the strike bowling partnership of Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis as well as the guile of Leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed. England's batting was also strong, with Alec Stewart, Graham Gooch and Robin Smith excelling, but they lacked a consistent bowling threat.
The Pakistani opening bowlers developed prodigeous Reverse swing with the old ball, and ripped through the England tail on numerous occasions. Although the quality of those batsmen could certainly be called into question, the ease with which Wasim and Waqar dismissed the lower order was a significant and series-winning difference for Pakistan.

Pakistan cricket team in England in 1992

Test matches
First Test (4-8 June)-Match drawn
Second Test (18-21 June)-Pakistan won by 2 wickets
Third Test (2-7 July)-Match drawn
Fourth Test (23-26 July)-England won by 6 wickets
Fifth Test (6-9 August)-Pakistan won by 10 wickets
One-day Internationals
First ODI (20 May)-England won by 79 Runs
Second ODI (22 May)-England won by 39 Runs
Third ODI (20 August)-England won by 198 Runs
Fourth ODI (22 August)-Pakistan won by 3 Runs
Fifth ODI (24 August)-England won by 6 wickets

Pakistan cricket team in England in 1992 Results

1st Test (Old Trafford) – match drawn
2nd Test (Lord's) – match drawn
3rd Test (Headingley) – Pakistan won by an innings and 18 runs
4th Test (Edgbaston) – match drawn
5th Test (The Oval) – match drawn

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.