DUBAI (Web Desk) – Pakistan after putting a hard effort to chase a giant target of 356, fell short of 84 runs in final One Day International (ODI) against England at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai.
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While pursuing the huge target, Pakistan were off to brisk start straightaway, Azhar Ali taking charge on English bowlers, The News Tribe.com reported.
He made 44 of just 32 balls before top edging one of Willey’s short pitched ball.
He was replaced by inform Hafeez, Hafeez began right from there where Azhar had left, taking on English bowlers straightaway.
He was playing so well but was silly again, getting run out on 37.
Babar Azam and Malik began to build up the innings again, both returned to pavilion after scoring fifties, Pakistan certainly needed a big one from them.
Anwer Ali down the order showed some resistance but he was left alone by his tail-ender partners.
Pakistan were bundled out for 271 conceding second big defeat in the series.
Earlier, Ton-up Roy and inform Jose Buttler help England to set a huge total of 355/5 runs in fourth and final One Day International match against Pakistan at Dubai International Stadium, Dubai.
Skipper Eion Morgan won the toss against Azhar Ali and opted to bat first straightaway.
His decision was highly backed by English batting line as they never during whole inning looked scared of any Pakistani bowler and played their shots all over the ground.
Opener Jason Roy played a very fine inning of 102 runs of 117 balls, he was followed by Joe Root (71) and Jose Buttler (116), together they helped their side to put up a giant task for Pakistan to reach.
Buttler’s played an inning of his life. His baton charge on Green Shirts, totally changed he momentum of the game. He hit 8 huge sixes and 10 fours in his classical innings of 116 0f just 52 balls.