England beat Pakistan by 45 runs in the second Twenty20 international at Headingley on Sunday as the hosts levelled a three-match series at 1-1, reports AFP.
Jos Buttler, returning to the side as captain in place of the rested Eoin Morgan, top-scored with 59 in England’s 200.
Player of the match Moeen Ali made a useful 36 and also took 2-32 with his off-spin.
Pakistan were well-placed at 71-1 in the ninth over before losing five wickets for 34 runs in an eventual total of 155-9.
The series concludes at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
England 200, 20 overs (J Buttler 59; Mohammad Hasnain 3-51)
Pakistan 155-9, 20 overs (S Mahmood 3-33)
Result: England won by 45 runs
Series: Three-match series level at 1-1