Graeme Swann back to his best in second Test victory
Fans with England cricket tickets saw a return to form from Graeme Swann in the second Test victory over Pakistan at Edgbaston.
The all-rounder had played little part in the England v Pakistan Test series up until the tourists' second innings, when he was called upon by captain Andrew Strauss to bowl 37 overs.
He responded with a haul of six wickets for 65 runs, his best ever figures in the longest form of the game, including the scalp of Imran Farhat, which he claimed was the best delivery he has ever bowled.
Enthusiasts with England cricket tickets who watched the ball will have seen it pitch outside leg stump, before turning sharply and hitting off.
Describing the dismissal, which came halfway through his first over, Swann said: "You try to put the ball in the right place but you don't expect it to spin as violently as that, especially when the first two didn't."
The off-spinner has now taken 97 wickets in 22 Tests, as well as scoring 639 runs.
Posted by Keith Prowse