Century Ryan and fifty Ben Stokes are unbeaten in international matches the fourth day won by 3 wickets. The target of 341 runs 3 balls to the remaining five matches, they are 3-0 up.
The first match of the series came to rain. Next
England won 37 times with 12 times 358 Pakistan running at the third ODI
Pakistan lost to Trent Bridge on Friday, losing to the draw at the start of the tournament. Centurion in the previous match Imam-ul-Haq left the field due to an elbow injury.
Fakhr Zaman and Mohammad Hafeez, who had beaten the team, gathered two officers in a team with a strong base in Babur. The top-ranked Batsman fought with 49 off 49 balls to bring the ninth century to 104, Babar did not wait long after three points. 112 runs in 13 balls and one keeper for 115 runs.
Opener Fakhr scored 50, 57. Hafeez returned to wrinkling after scoring 55 of 55 balls.
Shoaib Malik fell after being dismissed due to bowlers. The round was run 41 times in 26 balls with four fours in the storm. Others also make contributions to the nearly 350-year collection of Pakistan.
Tom Carran's most successful English bowler with 4 wickets in 75 runs
Jason Vince with 94 runs and Joe Root with 107
Roy put England on a strong foundation in this pair. Opened the eighth century from 75, the opener finally made 114 runs from 89 running in four fours and four sixes.
England, on a strong foundation for 2015, fell to the ground after losing four wickets in 15 runs. Starting from losing Centurion Roy. Imdad Wasim returned the route and Jos Buttler with three balls.
Morgan was not in the match because of a match ban. Back to Batla, who led the team in place, ran twice. Moin Ali returns to the knocker
Nay Stokes, the team won a big victory by eliminating all-round pressure. Joe Denly, 42, with a partnership managed 61 with Karan. Stokes returned to victory with a 22 short-term partnership that was effective with Adil Rashid. Left-handers show the way to the side under pressure, and the batsman scores three six in 64 balls and 71 runs in five fours.
Wasim and Mohammad Hasnain from Pakistan each took two wickets. Captain Sarfaraz, who took the four-run goal in two overs, was not surprisingly impressed by the owner.
Rory won the lottery and was chosen to win the match, winning the match award for the match award.
The fifth and final ODI at Leeds will be held on Sunday. Pakistan's last chance to solve a defeat before the World Cup is from Pakistan.
Pakistan: 50/340/7 (Imam 6 *, Fakhr 57, Babar 115, Hafeez 59, Owner 41, Asif 17, Wasim 12, Sarfaraz 21 *, Hasan 1; Archers 1/6, Kayu 2/71, Daniel 0 / 27, Karan 4/75, Rashid 0/49, Stokes 0/22, Moin 0/30)
United Kingdom: 493 more than 341/7 (Roy 114, Vince 43, Root 36, Stokes 70 *, Butler 0, Moin 0, Denly 17, Karan 31, Rashid 12 *; Junaid 1/85, Hanan 1/56, Wasim 2 / 6, Hasnain 2/80, Hafeez 0/48, owner of 1/4)
Result: England won by 3 wickets
Best Player: Jason Ryan