Pakistan rounded off a brilliantly matched summer of cricket in England with an abnormally one-sided victory.
Being played in Manchester, Eoin Morgan won the toss and decided to bat. Despite a good opening partnership from Jason Roy (21) and Alex Hales (37) reaching 56 before Roy was trapped by Imad Wasim, England managed to add only 79 more runs in their overs.
Without a single batter outside the opening pair exceeding 20, England struggled to find the boundary rope. After the start from Hales and Roy, seven batsmen came to the crease; only Jos Buttler hit a boundary.
Having set a pitiful 135, England then failed to put up much of a fight with their bowling. Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif both hit their speed early. A 36 ball 59 from Sharjeel saw three giant sixes leave the park, before Adil Rashid had the opener holed out to Moeen Ali.
Latif also kicked onto his own 59, finishing along with Babar Azam not out. Catching England inside 15 overs was an anticlimactic to a glorious summer of cricket.
Bravo to Pakistan.