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Aaron Finch 156 - Joe Root 90* - England vs Australia 1st T20I 2013 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Aaron Finch 156 - Joe Root 90* - England vs Australia 1st T20I 2013


Watch the highlights of Aaron Finch 156 - Joe Root 90* - England vs Australia 1st T20I 2013 - Australia tour of England 2-match Twenty20 international series of the 1st T20I match played between Australia and England at The Rose Bowl, Southampton in 29th August 2013.

Aaron Finch 156 - Joe Root 90* - England vs Australia 1st T20I 2013 Highlights


Aaron Finch's world record 156 sets up to Australia comprehensive 39-run victory over England, despite a fighting knock from Joe Root's 49-ball 90* and take a 1-0 lead in a high-scoring historic game of the first T20I.

Match Stats :
  • Australia's 39-run win was their ninth largest victory by terms of runs in T20 international and It is their second biggest win against England in T20Is.
  • Australia secured their first victory in any format after 200 days.
  • Aaron Finch plundered 156 - the highest individual score in T20 international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 123 held by Brendon McCullum against Bangladesh at Pallekelle in 2012.
  • Aaron Finch is the only batsman to score 150 plus in T20 international cricket history, his 156 is the highest score in T20Is, while his strike-rate of 247.61 is the best among the ten hundreds.
  • Aaron Finch became the first Australian batsman to score a hundred in T20 international cricket history.
  • Aaron Finch hammered a 47-ball second fastest-century in T20 internationals after Richard Levi's 45-ball hundred.
  • Australia's 248 was the second highest-score ever in T20 international cricket history.
  • England's 209 was their second highest total in T20 internationals.
  • 14 : Aaron Finch hit the most sixes in an innings in T20 Internationals cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 13-sixes hit by Richard Levi against New Zealand at Hamilton in 2012.
  • 457 : This was the highest aggregates match in T20 international cricket history, surpassing 428 between New Zealand and Australia at Christchurch in 2010.
  • 51 : Danny Briggs became the fifth most runs conceded by a England bowler in T20 internationals.
  • 27-runs : Number of runs that were scored in the 10th over from Joe Root, which is the third most productive over for Australia and the joint ninth most productive-over in T20 internationals cricket history. Aaron Finch scored 26 of those runs, which are also the joint ninth most run in a single over.
  • 18 : Australia registered the most sixes in an innings in T20 international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 17-sixes hit by South Africa against England at Centurion in 2009.
  • 114 : Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh set up the record second-wicket partnership for Australia in T20 international, previously held by the 108-run stand between Shane Watson and Michael Hussey against West Indies at Gros Islet in the last year, It is also the Australia's record any-wicket stand against England in T20Is and Australia's second highest any-wicket stand in T20Is.
  • 101 : Aaron Finch and Shane Watson set up the record third-wicket partnership for Australia T20 international, previously held by the 98-run stand between Shane Watson and David Hussey against Pakistan at Gros Islet in the 2010 World Twenty20, It is the seventh highest third-wicket stand in T20Is, It is the Australia's second highest any-wicket stand against England in T20Is and Australia's joint eighth highest any-wicket partnership in T20Is, jointly 101-run stand for the sixth-wicket held by between Cameron White and Michael Hussey against Sri Lanka at Bridgetown in the 2010 World Twenty20.
  • 95 : Joe Root and Ravi Bopara set up the record fifth-wicket partnership for England against Australia in T20 international, previously held by the 24-run stand between Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff at Cape Town in the 2007, It is the England's second highest fifth-wicket stand in T20Is and the third highest fifth-wicket partnership in T20Is.
  • 66 : Joe Root and Jos Buttler set up the record sixth-wicket partnership for England against Australia in T20 international,previously held by the 49-run stand between Paul Collingwood and Andrew Strauss at same venue in 2005 and England's third highest sixth-wicket stand in T20Is.

Australia scored imposing total of 248-6 in 20 overs with top scorer by Aaron Finch 156 - which was his 1st T20I hundred.

Shane Watson blasted a 37 off 16-balls including 4-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 231.25, Shaun Marsh 28 and Matthew Wade 15 not out.

England best bowler by Jade Dernbach picked up 3-wickets, Steven Finn, Stuart Broad and Danny Briggs each took one-wickets.

England scored 209-6 in 20 overs with top scorer by Joe Root blasted a unbeaten 90 off 49-balls including 13-fours and a six with strike rate of 183.67.

Ravi Bopara struck 45 off 29-balls included 4-fours and a six with strike-rate of 155.17.

Jos Buttler hit 27 off 17-balls including 2-sixes and a four with strike rate of 158.82 and Michael Lumb cracked a 22 off 11-balls included 3-fours and a six with strike-rate of 200.

Aaron Finch named Player of the match for record-breaking 156-runs knocked off facing 63-balls including 14-sixes and 11-fours with strike rate of 247.61.