3rd ODI: Full list of records broken by England against Pakistan

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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).

Match scorecard; England post a record 444/3

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.

Englishman Alex Hales bats watched by Pakistan's wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed during the 3rd ODI. Hales scored a record 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

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