Player of the Match
Player of the Match

7pm Morgan collects the trophy and is joined by his team-mates. That is all we have for you from the ODI series. Alan Gardner's report should be your next stop. Looking forward to your company for the one-off T20 as well. Until then, it's goodbye and good night from myself, Deiva, Gnasher, and Binoy.

6.50pm Presentation:

Sarfraz, Player of the Match: I am happy with the team's performance. We have had a tough series. Coach and captain asked to play positive cricket and we had nothing to lose. Good to see Shoaib bhai play well. We know he [Dawson] was playing his first match and we attacked him.

Joe Root, Player of the Series: You want to contribute every time you are in the middle. Even today at no point did we stumble. Trent Bridge was a great marker, and we want to go further. The most exciting thing is we can still get better, going into this winter and the Champions Trophy. You want the guys around you to be able to go out and express themselves, and they are doing it consistently.

Azhar Ali, Pakistan captain: We wanted to finish on a high. We have had a tough tour. It was a much-needed victory for us. We pulled it back brilliantly, the bowlers deserve credit after we have too many runs to start with. The way Imad Wasim held it back, it was brilliant. Amir and Hasan Ali brought that total down to reachable. Few youngsters are coming in like Nawaz, Imad, and Hasan Ali looks good. Chasing 300 gives us satisfaction. We have to play good cricket consistently.

Eoin Morgan, England captain: No absolutely not [regret the two changes?]. Great opportunity to get Liam Dawson an ODI debut. We have a big winter coming up. He could be used as a third spinner. I am very proud of this group of players. We lost a game today but we still put in a reasonable performance. In terms of highs, Trent Bride was the highest level.

6.35pm Coach Arthur is on his feet, and Pakistan fans in the stands celebrate the victory. England's first ODI loss this summer, and that denies them a clean sweep. Pakistan lost Sharjeel early in the chase of 303 when he scooped a catch to mid-on, Azhar only flickered briefly, but Sarfraz and Malik put them back on track with a century stand. They took regular trips down the pitch and neatly wedged the ball into the gaps, before debutant left-arm spinning allrounder Dawson created some panic by dismissing both the set batsmen. Rizwan and Imad, however, held their nerve at the death to seal a consolation win for the visitors. This is only the sixth time that Pakistan have successfully chased a 300-plus total in ODIs, first outside Asia.

ismail lahori: "Imad Wasim 4th time not out in this series. Good stuff."

Hassan: "Great victory chasing 300 plus against England in England but not to forget some key bowlers for England were rested for this game"

Zeeshan: "Imad has an average of 76.66 now. Not bad for number 8"

Mohsin Satkut: "This boy Imad has shades of Yuvraj Singh #JustThinking #EngvPak"

ziyad: "Muthu, who's your man of the series?" --- Sarfraz/ Root

Faiq: ""PAKISTAN ZINDABAD""

48.2
4
Jordan to Imad Wasim, FOUR runs, Wales-born Imad Wasim wins it for Pakistan in Wales amid rain. Low full toss on the leg stump, hammered away, beating mid-on for a boundary. Jordan's attempted yorker went awry
48.1
0
Jordan to Imad Wasim, no run, overpitched and outside off, crunched into the covers. Yuvraj-esque drive, that!

END OF OVER:
48 | 8 Runs | PAK: 300/6 (3 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.25, RRR: 1.50)

  • Mohammad Rizwan34 (34b)
  • Imad Wasim12 (17b)
  • Mark Wood10-0-56-2
  • Chris Jordan7-0-48-0
47.6
2
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, 2 runs, shortish and outside off. Glided to the right of third man. 300 up for Pakistan
47.5
4
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, FOUR runs, Wood goes wide of the crease and angles it in on off, Rizwan drives on the up, lands just in front of the bowler, placed it wide of mid-off as well
47.4
0
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, no run, full and outside off, drilled down to mid-off
47.3
1
Wood to Imad Wasim, 1 run, good length and angling away outside off, patted down to third man
47.2
1
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, 1 run, banged in short, he rises on top of it, rolls his wrists and controls a pull over square leg
47.1
0
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, no run, length and outside off, carved away to cover point

11 needed off 18

END OF OVER:
47 | 6 Runs | PAK: 292/6 (11 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.21, RRR: 3.66)

  • Mohammad Rizwan27 (29b)
  • Imad Wasim11 (16b)
  • Chris Jordan7-0-48-0
  • Mark Wood9-0-48-2
46.6
1
Jordan to Mohammad Rizwan, 1 run, full on off, driven down to mid-on for one
46.5
1
Jordan to Imad Wasim, 1 run, full and outside off, pings a drive, mid-off hunts it down
46.4
4
Jordan to Imad Wasim, FOUR runs, dot, dot, dot, four! Back of a length and outside off, he pivots on the back foot and flat-bat wallops it to the right of mid-off
46.3
0
Jordan to Imad Wasim, no run, full and outside off, throws his hands at it and swings to mid-off

6.24pm The drizzle has got heavier

46.2
0
Jordan to Imad Wasim, no run, back of a length and outside off, leaden-footed slash finds cover

Daniyal: "Keep calm and trust in Imad. Yet to be dismissed! "

46.1
0
Jordan to Imad Wasim, no run, back of a length on middle, leans back and glides it to point

Jordan returns

END OF OVER:
46 | 7 Runs | PAK: 286/6 (17 runs required from 24 balls, RR: 6.21, RRR: 4.25)

  • Mohammad Rizwan26 (28b)
  • Imad Wasim6 (11b)
  • Mark Wood9-0-48-2
  • David Willey8-2-32-0
45.6
4
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, FOUR runs, dug in short on off, Rizwan was camping back, waiting for it. Cracks a pull past the square-leg umpire. The equation is down to 17 off 24
45.5
0
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, no run, Rizwan shimmies out and also moves away outside leg, Wood cranks up the pace and hammers a bouncer. Sails over the hooking batsman to YJB

Ummad: "Never a dull match when Pakistan is playing! "

45.4
1
Wood to Imad Wasim, 1 run, clipped away through midwicket
45.3
1
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, 1 run, nip-backer on a back of a length, squeezes an inside edge to fine leg
45.2
0
Wood to Mohammad Rizwan, no run, Rizwan is smacked on the box. Another man down. Short on middle, but not as short as the batsman expected, shapes in. Wood goes on laughing. Rizwan composes himself, and he's up

Slip in. Six men in the ring

A direct hit would have sent Imad back

45.1
1
Wood to Imad Wasim, 1 run, dug in short on off, flaps a pull to mid-on. Imad is struggling but Woakes misses the direct hit

Wood replaces Dawson

END OF OVER:
45 | 3 Runs | PAK: 279/6 (24 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 6.20, RRR: 4.80)

  • Mohammad Rizwan21 (24b)
  • Imad Wasim4 (9b)
  • David Willey8-2-32-0
  • Liam Dawson8-0-70-2
44.6
0
Willey to Mohammad Rizwan, no run, another cutter from Willey, swerves away from the batsman. He plays early and toe-ends a drive towards mid-off
44.5
1
Willey to Imad Wasim, 1 run, full on off, guided to backward point

Big chase

0

No. of times Pakistan had successfully chased a target of 300 or more in an ODI outside Asia and against a non-Asian team, before this 303-run chase.

Stokes' highest

70

Previous highest score for Ben Stokes in ODIs, against Australia at WACA in Jan 2014. He has gone past that mark in this match.

Consistent Stokes

7

No. of scores of 40 or more for Stokes in his last 11 ODI innings, including this. Also, the first time he has made consecutive 50s in ODIs.

Middle-order takes charge

512

Runs added by England's 4th and 5th wickets in this series - most for them in a bilateral ODI series. Their previous highest was 486 in SA in 2004-05.

Roy's milestone

1000

Runs for Jason Roy in ODIs. He became the 12th England opener to aggregate 1000+ runs in ODis.