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Pakistan v England 1st ODI Scorecard 11 Nov 2015

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Pakistan v England 1st ODI Scorecard 11 Nov 2015

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England tour of United Arab Emirates 2015 Live, 1st ODI England v Pakistan 1st ODI Complete Scorecard (Abu Dhabi), Wednesday November 11th, 2015.

Match scheduled to begin at 15:00 local time (11:00 GMT)

England won the toss and elected to bat

England 216 (49.4 overs)
Pakistan 216/4 (43.3 overs)
Pakistan Won By 6 wickets and 39 balls remaining

England Team
JJ Roy, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan*, JWA Taylor, JC Buttler†, MM Ali, CR Woakes, AU Rashid, DJ Willey, RJW Topley.
Pakistan Team
Azhar Ali*, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Younis Khan, Shoaib Malik, Bilal Asif, Sarfraz Ahmed†, Anwar Ali, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Irfan.

ODI no. 3707 | 2015/16 season
Played at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
11 November 2015 – day/night match (50-over match)

England innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
JJ Roy b Mohammad Irfan 0 2 0 0 0.00
AD Hales c Younis Khan b Anwar Ali 10 7 1 0 142.85
JE Root lbw b Anwar Ali 0 7 0 0 0.00
EJG Morgan* c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Shoaib Malik 76 96 11 0 79.16
JWA Taylor c Azhar Ali b Shoaib Malik 60 82 3 2 73.17
JC Buttler† run out (Azhar Ali/†Sarfraz Ahmed) 1 2 0 0 50.00
MM Ali c Babar Azam b Yasir Shah 7 12 0 0 58.33
CR Woakes run out (†Sarfraz Ahmed) 33 49 1 0 67.34
AU Rashid c sub (Zafar Gohar) b Mohammad Irfan 7 13 0 0 53.84
DJ Willey b Mohammad Irfan 13 24 0 0 54.16
RJW Topley not out 0 4 0 0 0.00
Extras (lb 5, w 4) 9
Total (all out; 49.4 overs) 216 (4.34 runs per over)

Fall of wickets 1-0 (Roy, 0.2 ov), 2-7 (Root, 1.5 ov), 3-14 (Hales, 3.1 ov), 4-147 (Morgan, 30.3 ov), 5-148 (Buttler, 30.6 ov), 6-157 (Taylor, 34.1 ov), 7-161 (Ali, 35.4 ov), 8-180 (Rashid, 40.3 ov), 9-213 (Willey, 48.3 ov), 10-216 (Woakes, 49.4 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s
Mohammad Irfan 10 2 35 3 3.50 37 1 0 (3w)
Anwar Ali 6 0 32 2 5.33 24 6 0
Shoaib Malik 10 0 45 2 4.50 28 2 1
Yasir Shah 10 0 38 1 3.80 35 2 0
Wahab Riaz 9.4 1 29 0 3.00 37 1 0 (1w)
Bilal Asif 4 0 32 0 8.00 9 4 1
Pakistan innings (target: 217 runs from 50 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
Azhar Ali* lbw b Topley 8 10 2 0 80.00
Bilal Asif lbw b Topley 2 7 0 0 28.57
Mohammad Hafeez not out 102 130 10 1 78.46
Younis Khan c Rashid b Topley 9 18 2 0 50.00
Shoaib Malik c Roy b Ali 26 35 3 0 74.28
Babar Azam not out 62 62 2 4 100.00
Extras (b 2, lb 2, w 4) 8
Total (4 wickets; 43.4 overs) 217 (4.96 runs per over)

Did not batSarfraz Ahmed†, Anwar Ali, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Irfan


Fall of wickets 1-12 (Azhar Ali, 1.5 ov), 2-15 (Bilal Asif, 3.2 ov), 3-41 (Younis Khan, 9.5 ov), 4-111 (Shoaib Malik, 24.2 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s
DJ Willey 7 0 43 0 6.14 24 6 1
RJW Topley 9 1 26 3 2.88 37 2 0 (3w)
CR Woakes 8.4 0 40 0 4.61 28 3 1
AU Rashid 9 0 60 0 6.66 24 4 3
MM Ali 7 0 32 1 4.57 24 4 0 (1w)
JE Root 3 0 12 0 4.00 7 0 0

MATCH DETAILS


Toss – England, who chose to bat
Series – Pakistan led the 4-match series 1-0
Player of the match – Muhammad Hafeez
Umpires – Ahsan Raza (Pakistan) and JD Cloete (South Africa)
TV umpire – CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee – RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire – Shozab Raza (Pakistan)

MATCH NOTES


    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 46 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Over 1.5: Review by England (Batting), Umpire – JD Cloete, Batsman – JE Root (Struck down)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 132 runs, 4 wickets)
    • England: 50 runs in 10.5 overs (65 balls), Extras 1
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 60 balls (EJG Morgan 34, JWA Taylor 16, Ex 1)
    • Drinks: England – 76/3 in 15.0 overs (EJG Morgan 46, JWA Taylor 19)
    • EJG Morgan: 50 off 50 balls (9 x 4)
    • England: 100 runs in 20.2 overs (122 balls), Extras 1
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 128 balls (EJG Morgan 59, JWA Taylor 38, Ex 3)
    • JWA Taylor: 50 off 64 balls (3 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • Drinks: England – 147/4 in 30.3 overs (JWA Taylor 57)
    • England: 150 runs in 31.5 overs (191 balls), Extras 4
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 – 50.0 (Mandatory – 38 runs, 3 wickets)
    • England: 200 runs in 45.2 overs (272 balls), Extras 9
    • Innings Break: England – 216/10 in 49.4 overs (RJW Topley 0)
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 41 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Over 3.2: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire – JD Cloete, Batsman – Bilal Asif (Upheld)
    • Over 8.3: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire – Ahsan Raza, Batsman – Mohammad Hafeez (Struck down)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 147 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Pakistan: 50 runs in 12.4 overs (76 balls), Extras 4
    • Drinks: Pakistan – 66/3 in 15.0 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 33, Shoaib Malik 10)
    • Mohammad Hafeez: 50 off 59 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 60 balls (Mohammad Hafeez 34, Shoaib Malik 16, Ex 0)
    • Pakistan: 100 runs in 20.4 overs (124 balls), Extras 5
    • Pakistan: 150 runs in 32.6 overs (198 balls), Extras 7
    • Drinks: Pakistan – 158/4 in 35.0 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 85, Babar Azam 20)
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 71 balls (Mohammad Hafeez 25, Babar Azam 22, Ex 3)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 – 50.0 (Mandatory – 29 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Pakistan: 200 runs in 41.3 overs (249 balls), Extras 8
    • Babar Azam: 50 off 55 balls (2 x 4, 3 x 6)
    • Mohammad Hafeez: 100 off 127 balls (10 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • 5th Wicket: 100 runs in 110 balls (Mohammad Hafeez 40, Babar Azam 58, Ex 3)

You have to zoom out a long way to get the wide angle on this series. England’s newly professed love for one-day internationals is focused on winning more than just hearts when the Champions Trophy and World Cup roll around on home soil in 2017 and 2019. Pakistan narrowly avoided being squeezed out by Bangladesh at the Champions Trophy cut-off six weeks ago (West Indies were the team to miss out) and they are also at the start of a new cycle under the captaincy of Azhar Ali.

His tenure began with a first ever bilateral series loss against Bangladesh but Pakistan have since pulled out of their tailspin by beating Zimbabwe at home – amid emotions as heightened as the security – and away, as well as winning in Sri Lanka for the first time since 2006. New faces such as Mohammad Rizwan and Bilal Asif have made good impressions (and the latter has also had his action cleared), while the return of Younis Khan, so impressive against England in the Test series, gives Pakistan a wealth of experience to call upon.

Younis has not played since the World Cup but should win his 265th ODI cap, alongside Mohammad Hafeez (169 ODI appearances) and Shoaib Malik (227) in Pakistan’s middle order. The only England player who comes close to those totals is the captain, Eoin Morgan, who has played 151 (of which 23 were for Ireland); Jos Buttler – who made his debut against Pakistan in the UAE three-and-a-half years ago – is next on the list with 61.

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