England's top order were blown away by a new-look Pakistan attack in the Twenty20 international at Bristol.
Only opener Marcus Trescothick cashed in on winning the toss as the tourists provided an emphatic return to action following the fourth Test controversy.
A spell of four wickets for 11 runs undermined Andrew Strauss' team's efforts and they were restricted to 144 for seven.
Pakistan showed the firepower lacking in the recent Test series defeat as Shoaib Akhtar shared the new ball with Mohammad Asif.
Twice in an opening over of the contest, which cost just three runs, Shoaib fizzed the ball past the outside edge of Ian Bell's bat.
Trescothick gave the innings some early momentum when he struck four boundaries in six balls, including three in a row off Shoaib.
Bell, selected to open with Trescothick, also found the ropes square on either side of the wicket, in a stand of 39 for the first wicket.
A juggled catch, diving to his right at slip, by Younis Khan off the bowling of Shoaib accounted for Bell, despite his insistence on waiting for television confirmation, and began the demise.
For the second time in a fortnight Asif dismissed Kevin Pietersen first ball, this time nipping one through the defence to hit the top of off-stump.
Later in the same over - a double-wicket maiden - Strauss nibbled outside off-stump and wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal snapped up a low chance.
When Paul Collingwood edged the returning Rana Naved-ul-Hasan behind, Pakistan had a firm hold on the contest.
They could even afford a couple of dropped catches as both Jamie Dalrymple, who weighed in with 27, and Trescothick were missed.
Dalrymple's slice into the deep on the off-side off Rana was fluffed by Shahid Afridi while Trescothick's cut, four runs short of his second Twenty20 half-century in an England shirt this summer, was put down by Akmal off Afridi's wrist-spin.
Trescothick, out of form in the Test matches, got to his landmark off just 33 balls but he fell moments later to Abdul Razzaq.
Two well judged catches in the deep accounted for Dalrymple and Chris Read and gave Razzaq figures of three for 31.
Debutant Michael Yardy gave England a late boost with the only six of the innings, hauled over midwicket, as 14 runs came from the 20th over, sent down by Razzaq.