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Jon Lewis 4-24 - England vs Australia Only T20I 2005 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Jon Lewis 4-24 - England vs Australia Only T20I 2005


Watch the highlights of Jon Lewis 4-24 - England vs Australia Only T20I 2005 - Australia tour of England one & only first time Twenty20 international match played between Australia and England at The Rose Bowl, Southampton in 13th June 2005.

Jon Lewis 4-24 - England vs Australia Only T20I 2005 Highlights
Jon Lewis celebrates with Teammates after taking a wicket : YouTube / Fox Sports / ecb.co.uk

Jon Lewis' four-for and Darren Gough's three-for after Brilliant batting display from Marcus Trescothick, Kevin Pietersen and Paul Collingwood guided England record 100-run victory over Australia and win their first-ever T20I match in a one-sided game of the one-off T20 international.

* England's 179 was their highest score in T20 international and the second highest total in T20Is.

* Australia's 79 was the lowest-score ever in T20 International cricket history.

* England's 100-run was the largest victory by terms of runs in T20 international cricket history.

* Jon Lewis became the second bowler to take a four-wicket haul in T20 internationals and first England bowler in T20Is.

England scored 179-8 in 20 overs with top scorer by Paul Collingwood hammered a quick-fire 26-ball 46-runs including five-fours and two-sixes with strike rate of 176.92.

Marcus Trescothick struck 41 off 37-balls included five-fours, Kevin Pietersen 34, Geraint Jones 19 and Andrew Strauss 18.

Glenn McGrath picked up 3-wickets, Andrew Symonds takes two-wickets, Michael Clarke, Michael Kasprowicz and Jason Gillespie each took one-wickets.

Australia scored lowest total of 79 for all-out in 14.3 overs with top scorer by Jason Gillespie struck 24 off 18-balls including four-fours, Adam Gilchrist and Brett Lee both scored 15-runs.

England best bowler by Jon Lewis claimed 4-wicket haul for 24-runs in 4-overs, Darren Gough picked up 3-wickets, Paul Collingwood took two-wickets and one for Steve Harmison.

Kevin Pietersen named Player of the match for his brilliant batting performance to scored crusial 34-runs knocked off facing 18-balls including 3-fours and a six with strike rate of 188.88.