Glenn Maxwell (108) and wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carey (106) scored an explosive century innings and a vital 212-run partnership for the sixth wicket between the two batsmen as Australia beat England by three wickets in the third ODI on Wednesday. 2-1. England won the toss and elected to bat first, with a brilliant century from opener Johnny Bairstow (112) and a strong fifty by Sam Billings (57) and Chris Woakes (53 not out) in a decisive match that put up 302 for seven in 50 overs. Score scored. In this entire ODI series, Maxwell made a special contribution to the team with his bat, which has also earned him a reward.
Australia chased down the target, with 108 runs in 90 balls with four fours and seven sixes in Maxwell and Carrie’s 114-ball 106 with the help of seven fours and two sixes for seven runs in 49.4 overs. Made the match and series by three wickets for 305 runs. Maxwell has been adjudged Player of the Match and Player of the Series for his explosive innings.
ENGvAUS: Australia defeated England at their home and won the ODI series after 5 years
With this victory, Australia also avenged a 1-2 defeat in the three-match T20 series at the hands of England. The first match of the ODI series was won by Australia by 19 runs, while England won by 24 runs in the second match. In the third and decisive match, Australia won the series and won the series. Earlier, England had a poor start and fast bowler Mitchell Starc sent Jason Roy and Joe Root to the pavilion on the first two balls of the match. England’s two wickets fell without a run on the score board.
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After the initial tremors, Bairstow alone handled the situation on his own. Bairstow made a crucial partnership of 67 runs for the fifth wicket with captain Eoin Morgan (23), 29 runs for the fourth wicket with Jose Butler (8) and 114 runs for the fifth wicket with Billings (57). Fast bowler Pat Cummins bowled Bairstow in 40.1 overs. Bairstow scored 112 runs in 126 balls with 12 fours and two sixes. It was the seventh century in Bairstow’s career. In addition to Bairstow, Billings hit four fours and two sixes in his 58-ball 57, while Vox scored an unbeaten 53 off 39 balls with the help of six fours.