Third ODI: England whip Australia in the wake of posting ODI record aggregate of 481

Third ODI: England whip Australia in the wake of posting ODI record aggregate of 481

Third ODI : Britain made history when they impacted the most elevated aggregate ODI world record in men’s cricket of 481/6 and whipped Australia by 242 keeps running at Trent Bridge on Tuesday. Britain likewise took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-coordinate arrangement.

third ODI: England whip Australia in the wake of posting ODI record aggregate of 481
England with the win took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series

Australia captain Tim Paine chose to bowl first and was soon lamenting that choice as the home batsmen went crazy against his unpracticed assault.

Jonny Bairstow looted a brilliant 139 off 92 balls while Alex Hales crushed 147 from 92.

Captain Eoin Morgan tucked into the scoring feast with a 21-ball 50 years – the speediest by an England batsman in ODIs – to end up his nation’s driving one-day scorer.

The aggregate outperformed England’s past record 444 scored two years prior against Pakistan, likewise at Trent Bridge.

Australia were never in the chase once opener D’Arcy Short chipped a catch to Moeen Ali off the knocking down some pins of David Willey in the fourth finished and Moeen evacuated Travis Head and Shaun Marsh.

Adil Rashid finished with four wickets as Australia were rocked the bowling alley out in 37 overs for 239 – giving England their greatest regularly winning edge in ODIs and Australia’s heaviest thrashing.


It was a wonderful day of shot-production by England’s batsmen however as they cut an ODI record 62 limits, including 21 sixes. The main dissatisfaction was that they neglected to go past the 500-pursue hindrance some late wickets fell.

Surprisingly England neglected to strike a limit in the last four overs – in spite of the fact that the harm to the Australian confidence was at that point done.

Australia captain Tim Paine depicted England’s batting as a portion of the “best striking I’ve at any point seen.”

“They are intensely hot right now,” he said. “That is as hard multi day’s cricket as I’ve had in 16 or 17 years. Today it was a learning knowledge.

“Wherever we put the field they hit the holes. They are the measuring stick of 50-over cricket at the present time.”


Britain got off to a flying begin with Jason Roy and Bairstow offering an indication of what was to come.

Bairstow struck three fours off fast in and out Jhye Richardson’s first finished and Roy tucked into Billy Stanlake, pulling him for a six as England came to 38-0 after five overs.

Bairstow was dropped on 30 by Marcus Stoinis and that demonstrated to a great degree exorbitant as he peppered the limit.

At the point when Roy was run out for 82 it conveyed Hales to the wrinkle and he set about the Australian assault with relish, striking 16 fours and five sixes of every a sizzling thump.

It appeared to be unavoidable England would achieve 500 however Hales and Morgan went in progressive balls late on as Richardson got some late reward and the run rate at long last dropped.

Morgan, who will lead England into a home World Cup one year from now, said it was a total show.

“There were some exceptional exhibitions and we were constant both with the bat and the ball,” he said.

“It’s positively multi day to be glad. The main three are a tremendous advantage for have. There are two amusements to go and still open doors for them to score huge runs so ideally they will keep on being as ravenous as they were today.”


(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)

Sanjay Bhagat

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Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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