Danielle Wyatt scored a fifty as England Women beat New Zealand Women by seven wickets in the T20I tri-series final at Chelmsford on Sunday.
Opener Wyatt struck 50 off 35 balls, her third half-century in T20Is, as England comfortably chased down a target of 138 in the 18th over with only three wickets down.
Wyatt added 81 for the first wicket with Tammy Beaumont (35) while their were solid contributions from Natalie Sciver (21 not out) and captain Heather Knight (17 not out) to take the hosts over line.
Earlier, New Zealand never took advantage of a good start with the bat as they could only post 137/9 in their 20 overs.
Opening pair Sophie Devine (31) and Suzie Bates (31) put on 55 inside the first six overs but the innings fell away dramatically once the wickets started to tumble.
Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone and Danielle Hazell each took two wickets to stem the New Zealand tide.
Masood spent almost eight hours at the crease as his career-best knock lifted the tourists to 326.
Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer finished with three wickets apiece.
Masood’s last two Test knocks saw him make tons in Karachi and Rawalpindi.
The hosts took three wickets for just 48 runs in the morning session.
The head coach was disappointed his bowlers let early good work go to waste against the tourists.
The tourists reached 139 for two on a rain-affected day at Old Trafford.
Babar hit 11 boundaries of the highest order in an unbeaten stay of exactly 100 balls.
Mark Wood finished the job.
Pakistan made a solid start after deciding to bat first.
Pakistan elected to bat under grey skies at Old Trafford.