World Cup: Interactive Statosphere: ENG vs PAK

Mohammad Hafeez struck a 62-ball 84 while Wahab Riaz produced a fiery spell as Pakistan beat England by 14 runs in Nottingham.

Pakistan beat England by 14 runs in its first World Cup match at Trent Bridge.   -  getty images

Pakistan halted its 11-match ODI losing streak with a 14-run World Cup win over England despite centuries from Joe Root and Jos Buttler at Trent Bridge.

The ICC Champions Trophy champion was embarrassingly bounced out for 105 in a seven-wicket win for West Indies in its first game of the tournament but showed what it is capable of at the same venue three days later.

Mohammad Hafeez top scored with 84 from only 62 balls after Jason Roy dropped him on 14, which summed up a characteristically below-par showing from the hosts in the field as Pakistan posted 348/8.

Sportstar does a recap of the game, with infographics.