Ben Stokes and Ben Duckett
Ben Stokes and Ben Duckett shared an unbroken stand of 73
Third Test, Karachi (day four of five)
Pakistan 304 (Babar 78) & 216 (Ahmed 5-48)
England 354 (Brook 111, Foakes 64) & 170-2 (Duckett 82*)
England won by eight wickets

England completed a historic whitewash of Pakistan on the fourth day of the final Test.

England needed 55 more runs to get to their target.

Ben Duckett and Ben Stokes shared a 73-run partnership after Ben Duckett was out for 81.

England became the first visiting team to win three matches in a series in Pakistan when they won the first two Tests.

This is England's ninth win in 10 matches since the pair took charge and caps a year in which they have undergone a transformation.

Next summer will be the time when England will try to wrest the urn from Australia.

The side will play two Tests against New Zealand in February and then play a one-off match against Ireland in June before heading to Australia. In the early part of next year, the white-ball team will travel to South Africa and Bangladesh.

  • Reaction to England's historic win in Pakistan

Stokes' history boys

Ben Stokes
Stokes took over as captain following the resignation of Joe Root earlier this year

England had only won two Tests away to Pakistan in 61 years. Three weeks have passed and they have won three times.

They have secured their first series win over Pakistan outside of the UK for 22 years and ended a run of three consecutive away series defeats.

Only four times in history has England taken a clean sweep in an away series of three Tests or more.

The turmoil they were in at the beginning of the year made the achievement all the more remarkable.

The idea that England would win six of seven home Tests and then win a series in Pakistan was ridiculous.

England are becoming one of the most feared Test sides in the world thanks to the leadership of the two captains.

Their form has come too late to reach next year's World Test Championship final but the clash with Australia is shaping up to be one of the most eagerly anticipated.

Sweep sealed on landmark tour

For England's return to Pakistan and the thrilling cricket played, this series will live on.

It was close to being overshadowed by the 26 run win in the second Test.

The third Test was a new challenge for England as they lost the toss and were sent in to bat.

They pulled off their most emphatic win in a match that will go down as the emergence of 18-year-old Rehan Ahmed, the youngest man to play a Test for England.

Prior to that, England were put in a strong position by Harry Brook's third century of the series - the 23-year-old has given the selectors a tough decision to make.

This is the first time in 15 years that England have won a Test without either of James Anderson or Stuart Broad.

After six years out of the side, opener Duckett was recalled for the first time.

Even though Duckett's sweeping had a scoring rate of over five runs an over, Tuesday morning was more measured than Monday evening.

In order to break the record of the England coach, he had to hit at least one more six.

The next chance for the record-breaking maximum will come in New Zealand, because Duckett hit the winning runs.

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'England are changing cricket' - reaction

It has been great. The challenge for us has been the surfaces. We adapted to our game plan and stuck to it.

All it takes is belief. I believe I can take the guys out in the field with me.

Ben Duckett spoke to Sky Sports and said that it was fitting that Ben was there. He wanted to hit a six to win the game. He wanted it to be terrible.

Alex Hartley is a former England spinner. The two men have shown it works.

The England team is making cricket better. They are hitting the balls into the gaps.