England selector Angus Fraser has praised England's "magnificent" record-breaking one-day international performances, but says continued dominance of bat over ball could "become a bit boring".
Eoin Morgan's side broke the world record for an ODI score when they posted 444-3 against Pakistan.
"It was brilliant," Fraser told BBC Radio 5 live. "But you want to see a contest between bat and ball."
England have now won the series.
They triumphed in the first three of their five scheduled ODIs against Pakistan, with the fourth on Thursday, 1 September.
England's innings contained 16 sixes - the most they have ever scored in an ODI innings - and was underpinned by opener Alex Hales' 171 off 122 balls, their highest ever ODI individual score.
Pakistan left-arm paceman Wahab Riaz finished with figures of 0-110, the second most expensive in ODI history.
"It was great to watch," said Fraser, a former England bowler. "It was lovely watching the England players performing as they are.
"Obviously you want to see your team do well. But it can become a bit boring when the ball keeps going for four and six."
Fraser said he did not want to sound "negative" or "miserable" after an "unbelievable night of cricket", but added: "If this becomes the norm, who's going to want to bowl in the future?
"There are very few places a bowler seems to be able to go now. As a bowler you want to be getting wickets through skill rather than batsman error.
"All a bowler is trying to do is hide 60 balls. Sometimes bowlers are running in, bowling a good spell and still going for 65 from 10 overs."
Asked if there was any solution, Fraser replied: "The genie is out of the bottle. People turn up to see runs in white ball cricket, you know what the game is about - big scores."