Kevin Pietersen’s second straight century led England to a 4-0 sweep of Pakistan in their one-day international cricket series.
Asad Shafiq and Azhar Ali both hit half centuries for Pakistan to set England a target of 238 to win their fourth one-day cricket international in Dubai and sweep the series.
England, seeking to avoid being swept in its three-Test series against Pakistan, reached 36-0 at the close of play on day three after being set 324 to win.
Younis Khan’s century helped Pakistan take a 180-run lead over England on day two of their third cricket Test.
Pakistan reached 125-4 in its second innings in the second cricket test, building a 55-run lead over England.
Pakistan beat top-ranked England by 72 runs in their second cricket Test in Abu Dhabi to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three contest.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq combined for 100 runs to lead Pakistan to 256-7 at the end of the first day of the second cricket Test with England in Abu Dhabi.
Azhar Ali made an unbeaten 92 as Pakistan’s batsmen frustrated England and took the initiative on the second day of the third cricket Test.
Australia defeated Pakistan by 150 runs in their first Test at Lord’s in London as Marcus North took six wickets today. Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said he would retire from Test cricket when the series finishes.
Pakistan took command of the second cricket Test against Australia after dismissing their opponents for 88 runs, and leads by 60 at the end of the first day.