Aus v Eng highlights today – Third one day international from Trent Bridge, Nottingham (England) Tuesday 19th June 2018. Australia won the toss and their team captain TD Paine decided to bowl first, this decision takes them to a very bad situation. England scored the highest total of ODI (one day international) history. England batted all fifty overs and scored 481 runs with six wickets down.
The opener of the team JJ Roy faced 61 balls and scored 81 runs when his wicket dismissed then it was (19.3 has he run himself out?! Yes, he has A break for Australia and Roy is well short. Wasteful from him, but it’s Short at deep square again who’s pulled off the run out. He’s been superb the last few overs. Roy was the one who called for the second. Short’s arm is excellent. A risk England didn’t need to take 159/1).
Australia won the toss and elected to field.
JM Bairstow smashed all Australian bowlers all around the park with scoring 139 runs off just 92 balls, he smashed five 6s and fifteen boundaries in his innings, when his wicket dismissed then it was (34.1 smashed flat out to deep midwicket … and Richardson scampers round to intercept! The end of a sensational agenda-setting innings from England’s most in-form opener of all time… 310/2). After both openers AD Hales took the charge and scored 147 runs off 92 deliveries, he smashed five maximums and sixteen boundaries in his beautiful innings.
JC Buttler † had not survived for so long, he goes with eleven runs, The captain of the English team EJG Morgan smashed 67 runs off just 30 balls. JA Richardson took three wickets in ten overs with 92 runs, AC Agar leaked 70 runs in ten overs and took one wicket, MP Stoinis bowled eight overs and gave 85 runs, B Stanlake gave 74 runs in eight overs, AJ Tye gave a century in 54 balls, DJM Short gave 23 runs to England’s scorecard in 12 deliveries.
England team/playing XI
JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, AD Hales, JC Buttler †, EJG Morgan (c), MM Ali, JE Root, DJ Willey, LE Plunkett, AU Rashid, MA Wood.
Australia team/playing XI
TM Head, DJM Short, SE Marsh, MP Stoinis, AJ Finch, GJ Maxwell, AC Agar, TD Paine (c) †, AJ Tye, JA Richardson, B Stanlake.
3rd ODI (D/N), Australia tour of England Highlights