Jason Roy scores emotional hundred after daughter's hospital dash

Tanya Simon
May 21, 2019

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It was at Trent Bridge where England set the highest total in one-day worldwide history of 481 for six against Australia a year ago, having set the previous record of 444 for three against Pakistan in Nottingham in 2016. Three of those four instances came in this series as they finished with 361/7 in the 2nd ODI chasing 374 and lost while defending 358/9 in the 3rd ODI.

The 27-year-old Amir has been off-colour following his match-winning performance in the Champions Trophy 2017 final against India, managing only five wickets in his last 14 worldwide games.

Earlier, Pakistan failed to capitalise on Babar Azam's hundred.

The fact that three Pakistan batsmen are after Roy on the list is a reflection of England's batting depth, indicating that they had contributions right down the order to chase down 340-plus consecutively.

The 2019 World Cup favourites were back at it on Friday as they hosted Pakistan in the penultimate game of this ODI series.

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It's pretty safe to say that this game was a complete unmitigated disaster for the Sharks, who now have to travel back to St. After playing 7:29 in the opening frame, Karlsson logged just 3:03 in the second period and did not come out for the third.

Their innings fell away following a century stand between Babar, who made 115, and Hafeez (59).

Following Imam s initial exit, Babar and Fakhar Zamam set about an England attack featuring two genuine fast bowlers in the recalled duo of Wood and Jofra Archer.

After Moeen Ali got out for a duck, England were 216 for five. He chipped in 114 runs and with significant contributions from Jame Vince, Joe Root, and Ben Stokes helped England close in on the target with three wickets to spare.

Reigning champions Australia, who won their fifth title on home soil in 2015, come into tournament boosted by the returns of star batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner after both served bans for ball-tampering following the "sandpapergate" scandal.

Fakhar fell for 57 when, trying to drive Curran through the covers, he sliced the ball to Wood at third man.

Mohammad Hafeez came out to bat next, and he along with Zaman stitched together a 104-run stand, allowing Pakistan to be in a comfortable position at the 30-over mark. Chasing a score of 341, Roy and Stokes registered the scores of 114 and 71 respectively. The final ODI takes place in Leeds on Sunday.

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