Anguius: Australia beat England at home to win ODI series five years later


In the third and scheduled match of the ODI series five years later, Australia lost to arch-rivals England at home. England were once close to winning the match easily, but the Kangaroos’ wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carey and great Glenn Maxwell were allowed to do more, as the team lost five wickets for 733 runs for a huge 303 runs. Have to get. Australia last won the five-match ODI series 3-2 against England in 2015.

Australia got off to a bad start in this match against England’s huge target of 303 runs. Australian captain Aaron Finch, who performed brilliantly throughout the England tour, failed to do much in the match and fell victim to Chris Oak for just 12 runs. Disappointed are David Warner, Marcus Steinis, Marnus Labuchen and Mitchell Marsh. Australia were 733-5 at one point after the dismissal of these batsmen, but had a partnership of more than 200 runs for the sixth wicket with wicketkeeper-batsmen Alex Carey and Glenn Maxwell. Both players scored strong centuries against England.

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Both players were out for a few runs before the win. While Alex Carey was the victim of Joffra Archer, Maxwell caught Adil Rashid in his spin. In the last over, Mitchell Starc gave the team an incredible victory in this match in medium batting. Glenn Maxwell was named Match of the Match and Match of the Series for his terrific innings.

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Earlier, England won the toss and elected to bat, losing the first two balls of Mitchell Starc’s match, but Bairstow hit 112 off 126 balls with 12 boundaries and two sixes, including Sam Billings. Adding 114 for the fifth wicket (56 off 56 balls from 56 balls) put England in a bad position of 90 for four. Chris Oaks (53 not out off 39 balls) again scored well in the last over which enabled the team to score more than 300 runs. Leg-spinner Adap Jampa took three wickets for 51 runs for Australia. After initial success, Stark failed to make an impact. He also took three wickets, but took 4 runs for it.

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