Leeds - England spinners Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali shared five
wickets and restricted Pakistan to 247-8 in the fourth one-day international as
the tourists' top order continued to struggle on Thursday.
Azhar Ali, who won the toss and opted to bat, hit a patient 80 off 104 balls
and all-rounder Imad Wasim provided late impetus with a quick fire unbeaten 57
off 41 deliveries after Pakistan slipped to 180-7 in the 41st over.
took 3-47 that included the wickets of Azhar and dangerman Sarfraz Ahmed (12),
while Moeen, 2-39, didn't concede a boundary in his 10 overs for the wickets of
Mohammad Nawaz (13) and Babar Azam (12).
Jordan, one of the three changes made by England after taking an unassailable
3-0 lead in the five-match series with their world record 444-3 in the third
match, claimed 2-42.