England outplayed Pakistan in all the departments and won the 7th T20I by 67 runs and went on to win the series 4-3.
Pakistan won the toss and opted to bowl first on a flat-looking surface.
England openers Alex Hales and Philip Salt started off brilliantly, making full use of the powerplay.
Hales was trapped leg before wicket by Hasnain on 18 of 13 and Philip Salt was run out to some mindless running after scoring 20 of 12 balls. At the end of the powerplay, England were 57/2.
Dawid Malan and Ben Duckett steadies the ship and soon changed their gears.
Together they stitched a brilliant partnership of 62 which came off just 34 balls. Duckett’s was dismissed by some quick glove work by Mohammad Rizwan.
Harry Brooks and Dawid Malan stitched a magnificent match-winning partnership of 108 runs in just 64 balls, Dawid Malan finished with a 47-ball 78 and was ably supported by Harry Brooks who contributed with 46 from 29 balls, and took England to a massive score of 209!
There was a lot of dew in the latter half of the first inning and Pakistan fancied their chances of chasing down the total but they got off to a disastrous start.
They lost both their in-form batters early on, Mohammad Rizwan on 1 of 4 balls and Babar on 4 of 4 deliveries.
Iftikhar Ahmed’s resistance was ended on 19 of 16 balls by David Willey and at this point, Pakistan were 33/3 in 5.1 overs.
Shan Masood and Khushdil Shah built a good partnership but the required run rate had sky rocketed.
In trying to up the ante, Pakistan kept on losing wickets and fell short by a long way.
Shan Masood was the only one who could make a significant contribution, he made 56 of 43.
The England bowlers were brilliant today, Woakes was the pick of the bowlers who finished with 3 for 26 in his 4 overs, David Willey grabbed two wickets for 22 in his 4 overs. Adil Rashid, Sam Curran and Reece Topley took a wicket each.
Pakistan fell well short of the target, they lost the match by 67 runs which is a huge margin in T20 cricket.
The home team was outplayed today, we move on to the ODIs now where Pakitan will face England in a 3-match ODI series.