Chris Woakes accepting five wickets as England beat Pakistan by 54 hurries to win the fifth ODI at Headingley. The triumph saw England to a 4-0 arrangement win after the principal coordinate was washed out.
Woakes took three wickets for no keeps running in nine balls as Pakistan drooped to six for three in quest for 352.
Babar Azam (80) and Sarfraz Ahmed (97) at that point kept Pakistan in the amusement before both batsmen were splendidly run out.
After Pakistan’s top-request breakdown Babar carried on from his 115 in the last amusement with a 59-ball fifty. Be that as it may, the fourth-wicket organization of 146 finished in baffling design for Pakistan.
Sarfraz goaded at an Adil Rashid conveyance and set off for a solitary. Be that as it may, Jos Buttler moved rapidly from behind the stumps to toss the ball to the bowler’s end where Rashid, with Babar endeavoring to recapture his ground, flicked the ball onto the stumps from despite his good faith without hoping to finish a run-out.
Rashid then expelled Shoaib Malik with a plunging left-gave get off his very own bowling.
Safaraz was denied what might have been his third ODI hundred in unusual design.
Buttler, having halted the ball with his boot, saw the bounce back fall benevolent to run out Sarfraz, who barely neglected to ground his bat in time.
Pakistan were in the long run hard and fast for 297 in the 47th over.
Prior, England were set for an enormous score at 191 for two off 25 overs. Yet, a breakdown of sorts in the second piece of the innings saw Pakistan make a recuperation. Joe Root made 84 while Morgan made 76. The team included 117 for the third-wicket association. Be that as it may, despite everything it required Tom Curran’s unbeaten 29 to take England past 350.
Imad Wasim took three for 53, while Shaheen Shah Afridi had four for 82.
The last over observed Curran hit a six and after that slope a silly four off progressive Hasan Ali conveyances.