England‘s opening batsman Jason Roy put up an impressive performance with the bat as he scored an important and his maiden ODI century against Pakistan in the fourth and final One-Day International (ODI) at the Dubai Sports Complex on Friday, thus leading to their first away series win over Pakistan. Roy added 140 for the second wicket with Joe Root (71) to set an ideal platform for Jos Buttler. Roy took a single off leg-spinner Yasir Shah to complete his three figures off 113 balls but two runs later was caught off the same bowler. Roy, whose previous best of 67 came against Australia at Southampton in September, hit eight boundaries and a six, reported AFP. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: Pakistan vs England 2015, 4th ODI at Dubai

Following an impressive three-wicket haul each from Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid, England beat Pakistan impressively by 84 runs in the fourth and final One-Day International (ODI) at the Dubai Sports Complex on Friday. Babar Azam and Shoaib Malik were the top scorers for Pakistan with an innings of 51 and 52, respectively. Earlier, England skipper Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat first as England posted a mammoth total of 355, courtesy of twin blistering centuries from Jason Roy (102) and Jos Buttler (116), with Pakistan’s Mohammad Irfan and Azhar Ali claiming a couple of wickets each. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: Pakistan vs England 2015, 4th ODI at Dubai

Jos Buttler hit the fastest one-day hundred by an Englishman to guide England to an 84-run win over Pakistan in the fourth and final day-night international in Dubai on Friday for a 3-1 series triumph. Buttler’s 52-ball 116 not out — his hundred coming off just 46 deliveries — coupled with a maiden century by opener Jason Roy lifted England to an imposing 355-5 before Pakistan were bowled out for 271 in 40.4 overs, reported AFP.