Australia defeated arch-rivals England at their home in the third and decisive match of the ODI series after five years. In this match, England were close to winning the match easily at one time but the Kangaroo team’s wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carrie and the flamboyant Glenn Maxwell were allowed something else, when the team lost the huge score of 303 runs even after losing five wickets for 73 runs. gotta get. Earlier, Australia had last won a 5-match ODI series against England in 2015 by a margin of 3–2.
In this match, Australia had a very poor start in front of a huge target of 303 runs from England. Australian captain Aaron Finch, who has been performing brilliantly on this entire tour of England, failed to do much in this match and became the victim of Chris Woakes by scoring only 12 runs. Also disappointed were David Warner, Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labuschen and Michelle Marsh. Australia were 73-5 wickets at one time after all these batsmen were dismissed, but from here there was a partnership of more than 200 runs for the sixth wicket with wicketkeeper batsmen Alex Carrey and Glenn Maxwell. Both the players scored emphatic centuries against England.
AUSTRALIA WIN BY THREE WICKETS! 4
– ICC (@ICC) September 16, 2020
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Both players were dismissed for a few runs before the victory. While Alex Carrie became the victim of Joffra Archer, Maxwell was caught by Adil Rashid in his spin. In the final overs, Mitchell Starc batted moderately to give the team an unconvincing victory in this match. Glenn Maxwell was adjudged Match of the Match and Match of the Series for his torrid innings.
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Earlier, England won the toss and got off to bat, losing Mitchell Starc’s first two balls of the match, but Bairstow hit 112 off 126 balls with 12 fours and two sixes and meanwhile Sam Billings. Adding 114 runs for the fifth wicket (56 off 58 balls) lifted England from a poor position of 90 for four. Chris Woakes (53 not out off 39 balls) again scored good runs in the final overs which enabled the team to score more than 300 runs. For Australia, leg-spinner Adap Zampa took three wickets for 51 runs. Stark failed to make an impact after the initial success. He also took three wickets, but took 74 runs for it.
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