Nottingham, Aug 31: England set a slew of records against Pakistan during their series-clinching 169-run victory in the 3rd One Day International here yesterday (August 30).
At Trent Bridge on Tuesday, hosts' captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and chose to bat. Opener Alex Hales batted his way into the record books with a brilliant 122-ball 171.
Thanks to Hales' knock, England posted a world record 444/3 in 50 overs. In reply, Pakistan were bowled out for 275 in 42.4 overs. England won the series 3-0 with 2 matches still to play. (Full list of 400 plus scores in ODIs)
Here is a list of records set by England in their ODI against Pakistan
444/3 in 50 overs - Highest ODI score (Previous best - 443/9 by Sri Lanka Vs The Netherlands in Amstelveen in 2006). This is the 18th time a total of 400 or more is scored in ODI history
444/3 - 3rd highest total in List A (50-over games)
171 - Alex Hales, highest individual ODI score by an England batsman (Previous best - 167 not out by Robin Smith against Australia in 1993)
52 not out - Mohammad Amir, highest individual score by a number 11 batsman in ODIs
110 - Wahab Riaz, 2nd most runs conceded in ODIs. Most runs conceded in ODIs - 113 by Mick Lewis of Australia against South Africa in 2006 (SA chased down 434 to win)
22-ball 50 - Fastest half century in ODIs for England, by Jos Buttler (Previous best - 24-ball 50 by Paul Collingwood against New Zealand in 2008)
5 - Joe Root, joint consecutive 50s for England in ODIs. Geoff Boycott, Graham Gooch, Alex Stewart, Jonathan Trott and Hales are the other 5 to achieve the feat
248-run partnership (Hales and Root for the 2nd wicket) - Highest ODI partnership at Trent Bridge and also highest ODI partnership for England against Pakistan
16 - Most sixes in an ODI innings by England