Australia won the series by Carrie and Maxwell
All-rounder Glenn Maxwell (108) and wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carrie (106) played superb centuries. Thanks to these two, Australia succeeded in defeating the English team by defeating the ODI series after five years on its land.
Carrie became Australia’s second wicketkeeper in ODI century
Australian wicketkeeper Carrie scored his first century in an international cricket career. He had earlier scored 4 half-centuries in 38 ODIs, while he has a total of 176 runs in 30 T20 Internationals, his highest score being 37 not out. Carrie faced 114 balls and hit 7 fours, 2 sixes. Carrie also became Australia’s second wicketkeeper to score a century in ODIs in a decade.
Glenn Maxwell became man of the match
Glenn Maxwell scored 108 runs for Australia. He shared a record-winning partnership of 212 runs for the sixth wicket with wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carey (106). Maxwell hit 7 fours and 2 sixes in his innings of 90 balls. He was voted man of the match.
Cricket Australia also congratulated
Stark set up six in the final over, won with fours
Australia needed 10 runs to win in the final over and Mitchell Starc started the over with a six off Adil Rashid’s first ball. After this, the team got the victory by putting a four on the fourth ball.
In the final over, it was a win against England