full outside off, Malan bunts it through the infield, England win by five wickets!
6.05pm: That's your lot for today. George is rattling in his report and we'll be back for more with the third T20I on Tuesday. Thanks for your contributions, as ever. Cricket is back on free-to-air TV, and England are tonking it like never before. From myself, Matt and Raghav, cheerio and take care, we'll see you again soon. Bye!
5.55pm: Let's head over to the presentations, starting with Babar Azam: "The total was good but we didn't go well in the bowling, credit to Malan and Morgan the way they played. We'll learn a lot, talking to the bowlers under pressure and I will try to learn from this. [Amir injury?] Yes, when one of the main bowlers got injured, we struggled."
England captain Eoin Morgan is also named Man of the Match: [Best form of career?] "Yeah, I think I am, stats the last couple of years have been the most productive of my career, which is great. Hopefully I'll contribute to more wins. Both sides found it tough bowling, batting sides played well so a good all-round game. Both sides haven't played, might be rusty, didn't get yorkers or execute skills as well as they'd have liked. Naturally get better as the series goes on and against Australia. [Bowling in Powerplay] Babar played really well, we struggled to take wickets early. If you take wickets early you give yourself the best chance of holding that monentum. [Malan?] Really pleased, he's had an unbelievable start to his T20I carer, long may it continue, great to see him contribute. Not close at all, if we did nominate our best XI we'd be blindsiding ourselves a bit, need to account for injuries and a loss of form, need to pick from 16-17 players and that's how we approach it."
5.50pm: Sealed the deal with five balls to spare, that's a pretty comfortable chase of 190-plus from England. It's also the highest successful chase in T20Is against Pakistan, and it's put Eoin Morgan's team 1-0 up with one to play in this series - how's that for a gateway drug for all those currently tuned into BBC1? Two of England's three highest successful chases have been in their last two completed games, by the way. Morgan continues to breeze along on a late-career zephyr, going at 200 for his 66, while Dawid Malan made sure he finished the job after a comparatively slow start
Shaheen Afridi returns, looking for snookers
picks out backward point! Billings won't be finishing it, he's picked out the man for a simple catch - off the toe of the bat, but not much of a celebration from Rauf. Pakistan need something miraculous from here
clobbered down the ground! Billings drops back, turns the yorker into a half-volley and smokes it back past the bowler - England need one to win!
scooped for four! Billings is across his stumps takes the short ball up and over to fine leg
Sixth T20I fifty for Malan, applauded by his team-mates
attempted yorker, 92mph/148kph on the stumps, Malan calmly steps away and punches through the off side
91mph/147kph, full in the slot, dug out through midwicket
pitched up outside off and Malan strokes through cover point on the front foot
Last two, just a run a ball needed. Predictor still at 96% for England
"How much longer will they persist with Moeen?" He's in some pretty woeful form, Martin, not scored a fifty since January 2019
pushes through the legbreak and Malan nudges one into the covers to keep the strike
flighted, full outside off and Billing drags it down to long-off
Sam Billings is next in, still some batting to come
half-tracker, plinked to midwicket! Another one goes, Shadab picks up his third wicket... Just a woeful mishit from Moeen, rocking back and skewing it tamely to the man inside the ring. Alarm bells ringing for England yet??
tossed up and Malan attempts to reverse-sweep, cue-ends it for one
"We need a haal++ to win from here," whispers Junaid
dragged down, Malan rocks back and swats a pull between deep midwicket and long-on for a couple, Moeen racing back to the danger end
launched over the off side... plugs short of the man on the rope
Shadab Khan to bowl his final set
Just five off the over... can Pakistan squeeze from here?
good length, beats the bat outside off as Malan hangs in the crease
Now, Moeen Ali into the middle, has scores of 0, 1 and 8 from three white-ball innings for England this summer
picks out deep backward square! Is that the wicket that sparks Pakistan? Swings for the hills but doesn't quite get hold of this one... Straight down the gullet of the man in the deep. Morgan hasn't quite finished the job, but it's been a sparkling knock
pitched up and swatted down the ground to long-on
length, pace off and it foxes Malan, spinning and skipping through outside off, doesn't even play a shot
slower ball, I think, on leg stump and Malan fails to connect slogging across the line
This is a done deal according to ESPN's Predictor, 99% in England's favour now
slapped through midwicket on the pull! Short ball, 82mph/132kph and Malan swings it away nonchalantly
Haris Rauf returns, 23 needed by England
Here's Dawolf: "Morgan's secret isn't batting ability, he's good, but where he is great is working out what the team needs. Very much like Dhoni."
goes over the wicket, nudged off the pads to leg for one
This is from Matt: This is the second time that Morgan and Malan have put on a 100+ stand in T20Is. In 6 partnerships together, they have added 453 runs together and scored at 11.7 runs per over