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England celebrate winning the One Day International series between Pakistan and England at Dubai Cricket Stadium on November 20, 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates © Getty Images

Jos Buttler hit the fastest one-day hundred for England his team to an 84-run win over Pakistan in the fourth and final international in Dubai on Friday for a series victory. England won the series by 3-1 margin. Buttler’s (116) in 52 balls of which his hundred come in just 46 deliveries was well complimented by Jason Roy who also made his first ever ODI hundred propelled England to an imposing 355-5 before Pakistan were bowled out for 271 in 40.4 overs. In all Buttler blasted eight sixes and ten boundaries to derail Pakistan’s bowling. The win gave England their second series win since the World Cup debacle earlier this year where they failed to even qualify for the quarter-finals. LIVE SCORECARD: Pakistan vs England, 3rd ODI at Sharjah

Pakistan needed to bat a lot better than their record chase of 327 against Bangladesh in March last year if they had any shot of leveling the series. Pakistan began the chase on a promising note, but wasn’t strong enough as opener Ahmed Shehzad was dismissed for mere 13 in the seventh over at the score of 45. With just 19 added to the total, it was the other opener Azhar Ali, who fell for 44 in the ninth over. However, it was the pair of Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Alam, that put up a healthy 65-run stand for the third wicket, before Hafeez was unfortunately run out for 37 at the score of 129. Even though Babar Azam (51)51, Shoaib Malik (52)34 and skipper Azhar Ali (44)32 tried their level best it was not enough for the host team. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: Pakistan vs England 2015, 4th ODI at Dubai

Spinners Moeen Ali (3-53) and Adil Rashid (3-78) were the main wicket takers for England were well supported by seamer David Willey (2-34). They took wickets at regular intervals to stop Pakistan from gaining a series-leveling win.