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Unselfish Sussex stumper has not been treated well by England selectors but must wear gloves in the Ashes.
Famous series victory awaits England if they can thwart fierce South African attack
Paul Collingwood marked his record number of one-day appearances for England yesterday with a performance of remarkable all-round skill. His batting, which produced a century, his bowling, which brought two wickets and was crisply economical, and his fielding, which yielded a breathtaking catch at point, were all exemplary.
South Africa 250-9 England 252-3
Between 1999 and 2003, a period during which Surrey won six major domestic competitions, Adam Hollioake's impressive if somewhat cocky side were looked upon as the Manchester United of English cricket. The team enjoyed the comparisons and were often found strutting their stuff somewhere along the Kings Road in Chelsea.
Stuart Broad delivered the best performance of his international career to humiliate South Africa and secure a comprehensive victory for England in the second match of the one-day international NatWest Series.