Jos Buttler smashed a record breaking and superb knock of 116 runs to guide England to win one day international series against Pakistan in Dubai Cricket Stadium. England seals the series by 3-1. Buttler scored England’s fastest one day international century against Pakistan in Dubai Cricket Stadium. The wicket keeper batsman played 46 balls to reach three figures. In his superb knock, he smashed 10 fours and 8 sixes.
Pakistani batsmen looked in aggressive mood to chase the huge total but they were bowled out for 271. Babar Azam and Shoaib Malik scored fifties. Mostly Pakistani batsman threw way wickets and they seemed in hurry to chase the target.
BUTTLER BECAME FASTEST CENTURY MAKER AGAINST PAKISTAN
Earlier Sri Lankan opener Sanath Jaysuria scored the fastest century against Pakistan and now Buttler became the fastest century scorer against Pakistan and for England.
England Captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and once again decided to bat first.
In the last ten overs, England scored 129 runs. Buttler reached to his first fifty from 30 balls and the second fifty off just 16 balls. The wicket keeper batsman played strokes around the ground.
South African batsman AB de Villiers holds the fastest one-day international century scoring record consuming 31 deliveries against the West Indies.