England beat Pakistan by three wickets in the third and last One Day Internationals at Birmingham last night winning the three match series by 3-0.
Batting first, Pakistan scored 331 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 50 overs. In reply, England chased the target in 48 overs for the loss of seven wickets, thanks to Vince and Gregory’s partnership.
Pakistani skipper Babar Azam achieved a rare feat by becoming the fastest batsman to score 14 tons in ODIs. He reached the milestone in his 81 innings, three innings less than South African batsman Hashim Amla.
Australia’s David Warner reached the milestone of 14 ODI centuries in 98 innings, India’s Virat Kohli in 103 innings and Proteas’ Quinton de Kock in 104 innings.
Babar Azam also became the first Pakistani captain to score 150+ runs and first national player to make 158 runs against England in England. With this he became the first Pakistani to hit three ODI centuries in England ever. He already holds the record of first Pakistani to score 1000 runs on English soil.