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Summary

  1. England take 3-0 lead in five-match series
  2. England's 444-3 is world's highest ODI score
  3. Hales hits 171 from 122 balls to break Robin Smith's England record
  4. Buttler (90*) hits fastest Eng ODI fifty (22 balls)
  5. Root 85 (86), Morgan 57* (27)
  6. Amir (58) hits highest ODI score by number 11

Live Reporting

By Phil Dawkes and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    What a game. Pretty much everything is going to feel like an anti-climax after this. 

    However, there is still two games to go in this ODI series, with the next one at Headingley on Thursday. We'll be live for that, so join us.

    Plus, you don't want to miss the stunning conclusion to the super series, right? Right?! Hello? Oh, you've gone.

    Bye.

  2. Post update

  3. Moeen salutes Hales

  4. Amir breaks one last record

    Mohammad Amir gives the game one last bit of magic before he falls to conclude the game...

  5. On the brink of history

    England took themselves to the brink of a record-breaking win-margin...

  6. Wickets tumble

    England quickly set about ripping through the Pakistan order as the pressure of the run-chase told...

  7. Record breakers

    Joe Root and Jos Buttler played major parts in England's record-breaking total...

  8. Hales storm

    Let's have a little recap, starting with that record-breaking innings from Alex Hales...

  9. Man of the match

    More from England batsman Alex Hales: "It's been a tough five or six weeks, personally. I haven't felt particularity out of form with the white ball. I was confident heading into this but it's been a tough few weeks.

    "It's pleasing to have won the series after three games but we want to be ruthless and win it five-nil."

  10. Man of the match

    England's record-breaking batsman Alex Hales: "I didn't know about the record. I knew I was close after Jason Roy got 160 at The Oval so I knew I was closing in.

    "The improvements we've shown in the last couple of years, the batting goes all the way down to number 11 so it's an exciting time for us as a team.

    "We haven't reached our full potential yet. We're still learning and still improving."

  11. Captain's view

    England's Eoin Morgan: "Quite a monumental knock from Alex Hales on his home ground, to score 171 in any form of the game is remarkable, and our innings was based around that as it played a huge part in setting the innings up for us. Alex has shaped up well and kept a great attitude, and he's come back really well today.

    "Records are hugely important, it emphasises we're not just a chasing side. We probably have 17 or 18 players who have played in the last year and a half and could come into this side."

    Eoin Morgan
  12. Captain's view

    More from Pakistan's Azhar Ali: "The test team has been doing well for the last five or six years. In one-day cricket we haven't played so well in the last few years.

    "Once the batsmen were going like that, and the pitch is quite flat, it was tough. I tried my best but I think credit should be given to England."

  13. Captain's view

    Pakistan's Azhar Ali: "It was very tough. I think it was an exceptional innings from Alex Hales and Jos Buttler.

    "On a wicket like this you really need to support the bowelrs and that din't happen. On a pitch like this it's hard to control the batsman's runs if you don't' control the flow of wickets.

    "We have two more games to play. We need to pick ourselves up and, as a unit, be better."

    Azhar Ali
  14. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Joe Root is the forgotten man here, with a chanceless 85 as he was calmness personified.

    Joe Root
  15. View from the press box

  16. How's stat?!

    Andy Zaltzman

    Comedian & BBC Test Match Special statistician

    Alex Hales' 55-ball fifty, incredibly, was only the fifth fastest fifty of the day.

    Alex Hales
  17. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    I've got to take my hat off to Alex Hales - he played the world's worst one-day innings by an opener at Lord's three days ago, but he came out and played an incredible knock. He rode his luck, but by the end his ball-striking was phenomenal.

  18. Records

    444-3 - Highest ever ODI total

    444-3 - Third highest List A total

    171 - Highest individual ODI score by English batsman - Alex Hales

    16 - Most sixes in an ODI innings by England

    22 balls - Fastest ODI 50 for England by Jos Buttler

    5 - Joint record for consecutive 50s for England in ODIs - Joe Root

    248 - Highest ODI partnership at Trent Bridge

    248 - Highest ODI partnership for England vs Pakistan

    110 - 2nd most runs conceded in ODIs - Wahab Riaz

    58 - Highest score by a number 11 in ODIs - Mohammad Amir

  19. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    I don't think the long-term question has been answered about whether Hales is England's long-term red-ball opener. But in white-ball cricket, he is there. He'll go to Bangladesh, it's one of the best places to be a top-order batsman.

  20. Post update

    Isa Guha

    Ex-England seamer on BBC Test Match Special

    Someone who can absorb that pressure and come out and play the way Hales did belongs on the international stage. And let's not forget the role Joe Root played.