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Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI: Eng humiliate Pak, smash 444-3, break world record; Alex Hales scores 171

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Wed August 31 2016, 12:03 am
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    Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI in Nottingham: In one of the most humiliating of capitulations by Pakistan, and some sensational batting by England, a world record-breaking ODI score was put up. With opening batsman Alex Hales hitting England's highest individual ODI score at 171, a new world record score of 444-3 was scored today in the third one-day international. England smashed the previous world record scripted by Sri Lanka when they scored 443-9 against The Netherlands in 2006. (Reuters)

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    Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI: Not just an ODI world record score, batting in his home ground of Trent Bridge, Alex Hales smashed as many as 22 fours and 4 sixes to score 171 in just 122 balls. The earlier record was set by Robin Smith 23 years of 167* against Australia. Hales was, of course, caught off a no-ball on 72 and later was spectacularly dropped on 114! (Reuters)

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    Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI: Giving Hales good company at the crease was Jos Buttler, who scored 90*. He too set a record by scoring England's fastest-ever ODI half century in just 22 balls! (Reuters)

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    Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI: Two other batsmen heaping more humiliation on Pakistan were Joe Root who scored 85 and captain Eoin Morgan who remained unbeaten on 57. (Reuters)

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    Pakistan vs England 2016 ODI: Here is a a list of the highest totals in ODIs: 1. 444-3 - England (v Pakistan), 30 August 2016; 2. 443-9- Sri Lanka (v Netherlands), 4 July 2006; 3. 439-2 - South Africa (v West Indies), 18 January 2015; 4. 438-9- South Africa (v Australia), 12 March 2006; 5. 438-4 - South Africa (v India), 25 October 2015; 6. 434-4 - Australia (v South Africa), 12 March 2006; 7. 418-5 - India (v West Indies), 8 December 2011; 8. 418-5 - South Africa (v Zimbabwe), 20 September 2006; 9. 417-6 - Australia (v Afghanistan), 4 March 2015; 10. 414-7; India (v Sri Lanka), 15 December 2009. (Reuters)

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