Pakistan scored 358 runs in 9 overs in 50 overs, England achieved target in 44.5 overs
Imam ul Haq made the sixth century for Pakistan, he scored 151 runs
For England, Jonny Bairstow scored 128 and Jason Roy scored 76 runs
London. England beat Pakistan by six wickets in the third match of the five-ODI series. In the match played in Bristol, Pakistan batted first, scoring 358 runs in nine overs in 50 overs. The English team achieved this goal only after remaining 5.1 runs. Total 717 runs in the match In the 10th match of any England match, Pakistan scored 700 runs for the fourth time. England achieved the second-largest goal in ODI history. That year he achieved the target of 364 against the West Indies.
England won the toss and decided to bowl first. Pakistan's debut was not good. Two batsmen returned to the pavilion by 27 runs Imam-ul-Haq then shared a 68-run partnership with Haris Sohail. Sohail scored 41 runs.
Imam ul Haq made his sixth century of the career
Opener Imam was out in the 36th over. He scored a career-best 151 runs. Imam scored 16 boundaries and a six in the 131-ball innings. Asif Ali scored 52 runs in 43 balls. He made two fours and three sixes. Imad Wasim made 22 runs in 12 balls.
Hasan Ali scored 18 runs off 9 balls, Woking took 4 wickets
Fakhr Jamshed (2), Babar Azam (15), Captain Sarfraj Ahmed (27), Fahim Ashraf (13), Shahin Afridi (7) and Hasan Ali (9) were unbeaten on 18 balls. Chris Woakes 4 for 4 and Tom Karan took 2 wickets. David Wiley and Liam Plunkett got one success.
Jason Roy-Bairstow shared 159 runs
Going to pursue the goal, the England team made a quick start. Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow shared 159 runs in 17.3 overs Jason scored 76 off 55 balls. He hit eight fours and four sixes in his innings. Bairstow then shared 84 runs for the third wicket with the route. Root scored 43 runs.
Bairstow scored a century after 15 matches
Bairstow scored 128 runs off 93 balls. This is his seventh century of his career. He scored 15 boundaries and five sixes. Bairstow scored a century after 15 matches. He made the last century against Australia in June 2018. Ben Stokes scored 37 runs. Moin Ali 46 and Eoin Morgan remained unbeaten after 17 runs For Pakistan, Junaid Khan, Imad Wasim and Fahim Ashraf picked up one wicket each.