A superb display of fast bowling from Shoaib Akhtar [ Images ] and Mohammad Asif [ Images ] guided Pakistan to a seven-wicket victory over England [ Images ] in the second one-day international at Lord's on Saturday.
Pakistan lead the five-match series 1-0 after the first match was washed out at Cardiff.
In a match reduced to 40 overs a side because of rain, Pakistan reached 169-3 with 20 balls to spare, with their middle order steering them to victory.
Shoaib's 4-28 and Asif's 2-10, both from their allotted eight-over spells, destroyed England's batting and laid the foundations for the Pakistan win.
Although seamer Jon Lewis removed the openers with just 30 runs on the scoreboard, Younis Khan [ Images ] top scored with 55 before Mohammed Yousuf (49 not out) and skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq [ Images ] (42 not out) steered the visitors past England's total of 166.
An error by umpire Billy Doctrove [ Images ], who partnered Australian Darrell Hair in the controversial Oval test two weeks ago, proved to be the turning point in the match.
When Pakistan were 32-2 and Younis on 15, Lewis gleaned an edge to wicketkeeper Chris Read but Doctrove called a no-ball.
Television replays suggested the umpire had made the wrong call.
England's total was boosted by a seventh-wicket stand of 53 between Rikki Clarke (39) and Chris Read (30) from just 57 deliveries.
A rejuvenated Shoaib, who made his comeback this week after a six-month layoff with knee and ankle injuries, looked refreshed and full of energy.
In dull and bowler-friendly conditions, he earned his first wicket with the sixth ball of the match as Andrew Strauss [ Images ] departed for a duck after edging a stinging delivery to the wicketkeeper.
He also got form man Ian Bell [ Images ] to edge to first slip and then, in his second spell, he bowled Clarke and Darren Gough, the latter with his signature inswinging yorker.