English batsmen record their second highest successful chase ever with ease

The third ODI between England and Pakistan at Bristol saw English batsmen dominate as they chased down a massive 358-run target with 31 balls to spare. This will be their second-highest successful chase ever.
Here are some of the best statistics from Bristol:

Chris Woakes picked up 4 wickets (c) Englandcricket twitter
  • 364: The most runs chased down by England in an ODI international. This was not so long ago in February 2019 against West Indies. The win over Pakistan is their second highest-successful chase ever.
  • 151: The career-best innings score for Imam-ul-Haq. His limited overs career starting to take-off. His previous best was 128 against Zimbabwe in July 2018.
  • 7: The number of centuries scored by Jonny Bairstow in One day internationals. This is his first hundred scored in 2019. He scored three of his 7 centuries as opener.
  • 39: The number of overs at least a boundary was scored by England. That will be 87% of the overs played, compared to 54% by Pakistan.
  • 50: The number of boundaries scored by England. The zone where Pakistan struggled. They could just manage 43 boundaries.
Imam-ul-Haq top scored with 151 of 131 balls (c)ICC twitter

Phase by Phase:

11 to 20 overs was the phase when England took the complete control over the game

World Cup matches to be played in Bristol:

June 1: Afghanistan vs. Australia

June 7: Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka

June 11: Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka

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