London: England surged to victory over Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs to win the second Test and draw the series 1-1.
Jos Buttler displayed his full range of strokeplay in a sparkling 80 not out to take England to 363 - a 189-run lead.
And after Pakistan were reduced to 42-3, it never seemed likely that the game would reach day four at Headingley.
Off-spinner Dom Bess claimed his maiden Test wicket in returning 3-33, while Stuart Broad took 3-28 as Pakistan were 134 all out in their second innings.
It was a limp capitulation by the tourists, who failed to get anywhere near the performance of their nine-wicket win at Lord's.
For England, this was an ideal response to an awful display in London and ends a run of eight Tests without a win.
Their challenge now is to replicate this when they meet India over a five-Test series that begins in August.
Before then, they enter a period of limited-overs cricket against India and Australia after playing a one-day international against Scotland in Edinburgh on 10 June.