The last and decisive match of the three-match ODI series between England and Australia was played at Manchester’s Old Trafford ground on 16 September. Most of the time the England team looked heavy in this match, but Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carry together reversed the stand of the match. In the last over, Australia won by three wickets with two balls to spare and won the series 2–1. In this way, Australia also avenged the defeat in the T20 series. Maxwell smashed 108 runs off 90 balls and hit four fours and seven sixes during this period. Maxwell also took a world record during this match.
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Maxwell also crossed the figure of 3000 ODIs during this innings. Maxwell has scored 3063 runs in 103 innings of 113 matches at a strike rate of 123.06. In this way, Maxwell has achieved the world record of completing 3000 runs in ODI on the lowest ball. Earlier this record was recorded in the name of Jos Buttler of England, who scored 3000 one-day international runs off 2532 balls. Maxwell has made a new world record by touching 2440 balls.
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Well played, @ Gmaxi_32!
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 16, 2020
At number three in this list is England’s Jason Roy, who did this feat with 2842 balls, while at number four is also English batsman. Johnny Bairstow did this feat off 2957 balls. While Kapil Dev of India scored 3000 ODI runs from 2997 balls and he is at number five in this case. Maxwell will now leave for the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where he will join the Kings XI Punjab team. Maxwell is in excellent form and was also named Man of the Series in the three-match ODI series against England.