KARACHI: Pakistan Women surrendered tamely against England as the hosts sealed the two-match series after a comfortable six-wicket win in the second and final ODI at Loughborough.
Seeking a leveller following a 116-run loss in the opening game, Pakistan batters struggled again after captain Sana Mir elected to bat first.
The visitors kept a low pace in batting with wickets falling at regular intervals that restricted them to an ordinary total of 156 for six in allotted 50 overs.
Bismah Maroof, who scored 57 from 101 deliveries, was the top scorer.
In reply, the home side achieved the target easily for the lost of just four wickets with 12 overs to spare. Captain CM Edwards hit 62 off 71.
Pakistan will now face the hosts in a two-match Twenty20 series, starting from July 5.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 4th, 2013.
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