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Alex Hales 171 - England vs Pakistan 3rd ODI 2016 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Alex Hales 171 - England vs Pakistan 3rd ODI 2016

Watch the highlights of Alex Hales 171 - England vs Pakistan 3rd ODI 2016 - Pakistan tour of England 5-match one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between Pakistan and England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham in 30th August 2016.

Alex Hales's sparkling 171 gives England heaviest 169-runs victory over Pakistan and seal the series with 3-0 lead in the five-match series.

* This was second largest victory by terms of runs for England against Pakistan in ODI'S.

* 444-3 : England registered record-breaking highest score ever in ODI's cricket history - Previous record was Sri Lanka 443-9 against Netherlands at Amstelveen in 2006.

* 171 : Alex Hales became the highest ever scorer for England in ODI'S - previous record by Robin Smith 167 not out against Australia at Birmingham 1993.

* 16-sixes : Most sixes innings for England in an ODI. It surpassed the 15-sixes against South Africa earlier this year (while making 399 at Bloemfontein).

* Alex Hales and Joe Root set up the record second-wicket highest ever 248-run partnership made for England against Pakistan in ODI's.

England scored record-breaking 444-3 in 50 overs with top scorer by Alex Hales 171 - who struck his 4th ODI hundred, Jos Buttler - who scored rapid 90-runs off 51-balls including 7-fours and 7-sixes with strike rate of 176.47.

Joe Root scored 85 off 86-balls included eight boundaries and Eoin Morgan scored unbeaten 57 off 27-balls with 3-fours and 5-sixes.

Pakistan best bowler by Hasan Ali picked up 2-wickets for 74-runs from 10-overs and Mohammad Nawaz took one wicket.

Pakistan scored 275 for all-out in 42.4 overs with top scorer by Sharjeel Khan struck 58 off 30-balls including 12-fours and a six, Mohammad Amir 58 - who scored 58 off 28-balls included five-fours and four--sixes.

Sarfaraz Ahmed struck 38 off 43-balls, Mohammad Nawaz 34 and Yasir Shah 26 not out including three boundaries.

England best bowler by Chris Woakes claimed four-wicket haul for 41-runs from 5.4 overs, Adil Rashid picked up two-wickets for 73-runs from 10-overs, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali and Mark Wood each took one wickets.

Alex Hales named Player of the match for record-breaking career-best knock of 171-runs off facing 122-balls including 22-fours and 4-sixes with strike rate of 140.16.