England take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-ODI series
England's Jason Roy and Pakistan's Babar Azam scored a century
Sports desk England took an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-ODI series against Pakistan He beat Pakistan in the fourth ODI by three wickets A match of the series was canceled due to rain. England continued their fifth consecutive series against Pakistan Last time in 2005, she had to face defeat 2-3.
In the fourth ODI England won the toss and faced bowling. Pakistan scored 340 runs in 7 overs in 50 overs. The English team scored 341 for seven in 49.3 overs.
Imam ul Haq injured before World Cup
Pakistan had a big setback before the World Cup. His opener Imam ul Haq went out of the ground due to an injury to the private score of 6 runs. Fakhr Jami (57) and Babar Azam (115) were the other contributors. Mohammad Hafeez scored 59 and Shoaib Malik scored 41 runs. Tom Karan took 4 wickets for England
Jason Roy and James Vince shared a 94-run partnership
The English team's start to pursue the goal was strong. James Vince and Jason Roy shared 93 runs for the first wicket. Jason scored 114 and Vince scored 43. Ben Stokes remained unbeaten on 64 balls with 71 runs. Imad Wasim and Mohammad Hasanain took two wickets each for Pakistan.