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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Jason Roy 180 - Australia vs England 1st ODI 2018 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Jason Roy 180 - Australia vs England 1st ODI 2018


Watch the highlights of Jason Roy 180 - Australia vs England 1st ODI 2018 - England tour of Australia 5-match one-day international series of the 1st ODI match played between England and Australia at Melbourne in 14th January 2018.

Jason Roy's record-breaking 180 leads England comfortably five-wicket triumph over Australia, despite Aaron Finch's classy ton and take 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series.

Australia scored 304-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Aaron Finch 107 off 119-balls, who struck his 9th ODI hundred and his third ODI-century against England on this ground, including ten 4s and three 6s.

Marcus Stoinis scored 60 off 40 deliveries, Mitchell Marsh 50, Tim Paine 27, Steven Smith 23, Pat Cummins 12, Travis Head 5 and debutant Andrew Tye - who scored 4-runs from first-ball on his debut ODI match.

England best bowler by Liam Plunkett claimed 3-wickets, Adil Rashid picked up two wickets, Moeen Ali, Mark Wood and Chris Woakes each took one wickets.

England chased 308-5 in 48.5 overs with top scorer by Jason Roy 180, which was his 4th ODI hundred, This was highest ODI scorer between England versus Australia.

Jason Roy became the highest ever scorer for England in ODI's. Previous record by Alex Hales (171) against Pakistan at Nottingham in 2016.

Joe Root scored unbeaten 91 off 110-balls including five boundaries, Jonny Bairstow 14 and Moeen Ali 4 not out.

Englands batsmens Jason Roy and Joe Root set up the record third-wicket highest ever 221-run partnership made against Australia in ODI's. Previous record by Graeme Hick and Nasser Hussain (190) vs Australia at Sydney in 1999.

Australia best bowler by Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc each picked up two-wickets from their 10-overs and Marcus Stoinis took one wicket.

Jason Roy named player of the match for his record-breaking batting performance to scored 180 off exact 151-balls & minutes including 16-fours and 5-sixes.


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