Australia sealed the series in Sydney following an 86-run win over Pakistan on Sunday (January 22). The 3-1 lead leaves the fifth One-Day International in Adelaide a dead rubber.

Hasan Ali was the highest impact player and bowler of the fourth ODI. Hasan, 22, claimed five top/middle-order wickets (5 for 52 in ten overs). He was economical, and broke a partnership too. This was the highest impact performance of his young career.

David Warner was the highest impact batsman of the match for his 119-ball 130, a knock highlighted by a 120-run partnership with Steven Smith for the second wicket.

While only three Pakistanis failed, they were comprehensively outplayed by the high impact efforts of four Australians – Warner, Travis Head (36-ball 51 and 2 for 66), Adam Zampa (3 for 55 in ten overs; all top/middle-order scalps) and Glenn Maxwell (44-ball 78).

Scorecard

Impact Sheet

PLAYER

MATCH IMPACT

Hasan Ali

100

David Warner

75

Travis Head

67

Adam Zampa

57

Glenn Maxwell

55

Sharjeel Khan

53

Josh Hazlewood

47

Steven Smith

37

Shoaib Malik

29

Mohammad Hafeez

24

Mohammad Rizwan

21

Mitchell Starc

19

Matthew Wade

19

Mohammad Amir

17

Babar Azam

15

Usman Khawaja

15

Pat Cummins

14

Imad Wasim

14

Umar Akmal

5

Azhar Ali

3

Peter Handscomb

0

Junaid Khan

-8

Note: In a career context, all numbers are restricted between 0 and 5. However, in a match context, the numbers are not restricted. For simplicity, we are changing the scale here in the report and expressing every Match Impact number as a percentage. The maximum percentage (100) is assigned to the highest impact player of the match. All other players in the match are scaled relative to him. Negative Match Impact indicates that not only did the player not contribute in the match, but he also had an adverse effect on his team’s chances.​​