DUBAI (Sports Desk) Veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq pulled out a sensational four-wicket win against England in the second Twenty20 Intentional match played at Dubai Stadium to draw the series one-all. Abdul Razzaq played impressive and fast innings with 46 off just 18 balls at the time when Pakistan kept on losing wickets at regular intervals. Earlier, Umar Akmal held the innings with 36 runs while Shoaib Malik stayed at the crease for 23 minutes to add just 13 runs. But Razzaq along with Fawad Alam (28) knit the path to victory. After Fawad left back for the pavilion, Yasir Arafat joined Razzaq and the latter overhauled the remaining score with a massive six, fifth of his innings, to finish the match on the last bowl of the 19th over. Earlier, England set a modest target of 149 runs for Pakistan in the second Twenty20 International here at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday. After Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik won the toss again and this time he put England to bat first who made 148 runs for the loss of six wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Opener Jonathan Trott and Kevin Pietersen posted 98 runs for the second wicket partnership after England lost Joe Denly, who was bowled by pacer Yasir Arafat. They took score to 110 in 16.1 overs when Trott was run out by Imran Nazir for 39. Then, England lost two more wickets for only 15 runs due to which their run rate became slower. Pietersen smashed 62 from 40 balls with three sixes and four boundaries. Later, Arafat captured two more wickets on successive balls in the final over to finish with three for 32. Other wicket-takers were Umar Gul and Saeed Ajmal, taking one wicket each. Both Pakistan and England made one change each in their teams as Shahid Afridi returned to Pakistan side after serving his two-match ban. He replaced Khalid Lateef. England leading 1-0 in the two-match series, dropped Ryan Sidebottom, who has a thigh strain following an awkward fall in the field in the Friday match. In his place, Ajmal Shahzad made his T20 debut. SCOREBOARD ENGLAND innings IJL Trott run out (Imran Nazir) 39 JL Denly b Yasir Arafat 5 Pietersen lbw b Saeed Ajmal 62 Morgan c Malik b Umar Gul 9 LJ Wright c Afridi b Arafat 13 PD Collingwood not out 11 Bresnan c Imran Nazir b Arafat 0 MJ Prior not out 1 EXTRAS: (w 7, nb 1) 8 TOTAL: (6 wickets; 20 overs) 148 Fall of wickets: 1-12, 2-110, 3-120, 4-125, 5-144, 6-144. BOWLING: Abdul Razzaq 4-0-17-0 Yasir Arafat 4-0-32-3(1w) Shahid Afridi 4-0-27-0 Saeed Ajmal 4-0-29-1 Umar Gul 4-0-43-1(1nb, 2w) PAKISTAN innings Imran Nazir c Bresnan b Shahzad 4 Imran Farhat c Broad b Shahzad 0 Umar Akmal c Morgan b Swann 36 Malik st Prior b Swann 13 Afridi c Morgan b Swann 8 Fawad c Morgan b Broad 28 Abdul Razzaq not out 46 Yasir Arafat not out 5 EXTRAS: (b 4, lb 3, w 2) 9 TOTAL: (6 wickets; 19 overs) 149 Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-4, 3-40, 4-64, 5-78, 6-126. BOWLING: A Shahzad 4-0-38-2 TT Bresnan 3-0-25-0(1w) SCJ Broad 4-0-24-1 GP Swann 4-1-14-3(1w) LJ Wright 2-0-21-0 Collingwood 2-0-20-0 Toss: Pakistan Series: 2-match series drawn 1-1 Player of the match: Abdul Razzaq Umpires: EAR de Silva (Sri Lanka) and Enamul Haque (Bangladesh) TV umpire: HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) Match referee: RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)