Five-wicket Woakes wraps up England rout of Pakistan


Five-wicket Woakes wraps up England rout of Pakistan

Monday, May 20, 2019

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LEEDS, United Kingdom (AFP) — Chris Woakes took five wickets as England beat Pakistan by 54 runs to win the fifth One-Day International at Headingley yesterday.

Victory — in their final match before the World Cup hosts and favourites name their tournament squad tomorrow — saw England to a 4-0 series win after the first match was washed out.

Woakes took three wickets for no run in nine balls as Pakistan slumped to six for three in pursuit of a target of 352.

Babar Azam (80) and captain Sarfraz Ahmed (97) then kept England at bay, but both batsmen were run out and any lingering hope Pakistan had went with them.

England will have to reduce their 17-man squad to 15 for the World Cup, and captain Eoin Morgan told BBC Radio's Test Match Special: “I could pick 17 at the moment. It is going to be an extremely tough selection.”

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said: “Result-wise it is not ideal for the World Cup, but the way the batsman are batting we are ready for the World Cup.”

J. Vince c Fakhar b Afridi 33
J. Bairstow c Afridi b Imad 32
J. Root c Asif b Hasnain 84
E. Morgan c Abid b Afridi 76
J. Buttler c Abid b Imad 34
B. Stokes c Fakhar b Hasan 21
M. Ali lbw b Imad 0
C. Woakes c Babar b Afridi 13
D. Willey b Afridi 14
T. Curran not out 29
A. Rashid not out 2
Extras (lb2, nb1, w10) 13
Total (9 wkts, 50 overs) 351
Fall of wickets: 1-63 (Vince), 2-105 (Bairstow),
3-222 (Morgan), 4-257 (Root), 5-272 (Buttler),
6-272 (Ali), 7-295 (Woakes), 8-310 (Stokes),
9-336 (Willey)
Bowling: Hasan 10-0-70-1 (1w); Afridi 10-0-82-4
(1w); Hasnain 8-0-67-1 (3w); Imad 10-0-53-3;
Fakhar 4-0-23-0; Shoaib 4-0-29-0; Hafeez 4-0-
Fakhar Zaman c Root b Woakes 0
Abid Ali lbw b Woakes 5
Babar Azam run out (Buttler/Rashid) 80
Mohammad Hafeez lbw b Woakes 0
Sarfraz Ahmed run out (Buttler) 97
Shoaib Malik c and b Rashid 4
Asif Ali c Stokes b Willey 22
Imad Wasim c Buttler b Woakes 25
Hasan Ali c Willey b Woakes 11
Shaheen Shah Afridi not out 19
Mohammad Hasnain st Buttler b Rashid 28
Extras (lb3, w3) 6
Total (all out, 46.5 overs) 297
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Fakhar), 2-6 (Abid), 3-6
(Hafeez), 4-152 (Babar), 5-189 (Shoaib), 6-193
(Sarfraz), 7-232 (Imad), 8-250 (Asif), 9-250
(Hasan), 10-297 (Hasnain)
Bowling: Woakes 10-2-54-5; Willey 9-1-55-1
(2w); Curran 6-0-40-0; Stokes 4-0-28-0 (1w); Ali
10-0-63-0; Rashid 7.5-0-54-2
Result: England won by 54 runs
Man-of-the-match: Chris Woakes (ENG)
Series: England win five-match series 4-0
Man-of-the-series: Jason Roy (ENG)
Toss: England
Umpires: Paul Reiffel (AUS), Michael Gough
TV umpire: Chris Gaffaney (NZL)
Match referee: Richie Richardson (WIS)
Previous Results
May 08: 1st ODI, The Oval: No result (rain)
May 12: 2nd ODI, Southampton: England won
by 12 runs
May 14: 3rd ODI, Bristol (D/N): England won by
six wickets
May 17: 4th ODI, Trent Bridge (D/N): England
won by three wickets

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