Tuesday, November 5, 2019

England World Record 481-6 | England vs Australia 3rd ODI 2018 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - England World Record 481-6 | England vs Australia 3rd ODI 2018

Watch the highlights of England World Record 481-6, England vs Australia 3rd ODI 2018 - Australia tour of England 5-match one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between Australia and England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham in 19th June 2018.

High-class centuries from Jonny Bairstow, Alex Hales stars as England's biggest 242-run triumph over Australia, This was Australia's heaviest defeat by terms of runs after England record-smashing 481-6.

England takes an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match ODI series.

* On the same ground Trent Bridge where England plundered the previous record England thrashed 21-sixes and 41-fours in becoming the first team to reach 450-plus run against Pakistan in ODI cricket history.

England smashed world record-breaking highest ODI total of 481-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Alex Hales scored 147, who brought up his 6th ODI hundred.

Jonny Bairstow blasts 139 off 92-balls, which was his 6th ODI hundred including 15-fours and 5-sixes with strike rate of over 150 plus.

Eoin Morgan scored flurry 67-runs knock off 30-balls, who hit the fastest fifty for England in ODI's and his quickest 50 comes off 21-balls included three 4s and six 6s with strike rate of 223.33.

Australia best bowler by Jhye Richardson claimed 3-wicket for 92-runs from 10-overs and Ashton Agar took one wicket.

Andre Tye became the second Australian bowler most (100) runs conceded in an innings in ODI's, also in the same match Jhye Richardson was becaming third Australian bowler conceded 92-runs.

Australia scored 239 for all-out in 37 overs with top scorer by Travis Head 51, Marcus Stoinis 44, Ashton Agar 25, Shaun Marsh 24, Aaron Finch 20 and Glenn Maxwell 19.

England best bowler by Adil Rashid claimed 4-wicket haul for 47-runs from 10 overs, Moeen Ali picked up three wickets and David Willey took two wickets.

Alex Hales named Player of the match for his wonderful rapid 147-knock off facing 92-balls including 16 fours and 5 sixes with strike rate of 159.78.