England Women 162-7 (Wyatt 41) beat
Pakistan Women 81-5 (Marsh 2-15) by 81 runs
Second Twenty20 International, Loughborough
England Women produced another dominant performance to beat Pakistan by 81 runs in the second and final One-Day International at Loughborough.
Danielle Wyatt top scored with 41 as England posted 162 for seven and Pakistan scored exactly half as many runs when they batted, closing on 81 for five.
Wyatt struck 41 in 29 balls, Sarah Taylor made 35 and Susie Rowe 29 including two maximums from 15 balls as England's batters enjoyed conditions and the bowling on offer to post their fifth highest score in T20 Internationals.
It was also the highest score they have managed against Pakistan and left the tourists little hope of overhauling it.
England were just as dominant with the ball, Laura Marsh leading the way with two for 15 as Wyatt, Katherine Brunt and Jenny Gunn took a wicket apiece.
Pakistan will now play the West Indies in a one-off match and England can expect a stiffer challenge when they play the West Indies in five Twenty20 Internationals from 8th September.
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