England vs Australia 2nd ODI 1989 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs Australia 2nd ODI 1989 - Australia tour of England 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between Australia and England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham in 27th May 1989.

Wicket-keeper Ian Healy raced through for the bye off Phil DeFreitas' last-ball of the match as tied between England and Australia, despite a brilliant century by Allan Lamb in a dramatic finish game of the second ODI at Trent Bridge.

Match Stats :
  • This is the second One-day international match to end in a tie, Australia have been involved in two of the two occasions and This is the first tie between England and Australia in ODIs.
  • Allan Lamb became the sixth England batsman to score a century against Australia in ODIs.
  • 4 : Allan Lamb equalled a joint third most centuries hit for England in ODIs, jointly with Dennis Amiss.
  • Allan Lamb became the fourth England batsman to scored four centuries in ODIs after David Gower (7), Graham Gooch (6) and Dennis Amiss (4).

* The first tie in a One-day international involving England was, in effect won by them thanks to an absurd complication in the Texaco Trophy rules.

* According to these rules "the side losing the lesser number of wickets shall be the winner", if it is necessary to declare a winner of the match in the interest of decoding the result of the series.

* In the confusion that reigned at the end of a constantly riveting game, it was indisputable that England had lost fewer wickets - five against Australia's eight in scoring the same number of runs, On Monday, therefore, at Lord's England will take the Texaco Trophy even if Australia win the match and, so to speak, square the series.

England scored 226-5 in 55 overs with top scorer by Allan Lamb hit a unbeaten 100 off 105-balls - which was his 4th ODI hundred and his first century against Australia in ODIs.

Mike Gatting scored 37 off consuming 76-balls including three boundaries, David Gower scored 28 off 59-balls included 3-fours and Derek Pringle hit a unbeaten 25 off 32-balls contained two-fours.

Australia best bowler by Tim May took 2-wickets and one for Terry Alderman - Steve Waugh.
Australia scored 226-8 in 55 overs with top scorer by Steve Waugh cracked a 43 off 61-balls including 5-fours.

Allan Border struck 39 off 58-balls including 3-fours, Geoff Marsh scored 34 off consuming 87-balls included three boundaries.

Dean Jones struck 29 off 47-balls including 3-fours, David Boon scored 28 off 35-balls including 2-fours and Ian Healy scored a unbeaten 26 off 28-balls without a boundary.

England best bowler by John Emburey captured two-wickets, Derek Pringle, Ian Botham, Neil Foster and Phil DeFreitas each took one-wickets.

Allan Lamb named Player of the match for his match-winning superb unbeaten 100-runs knocked off facing 105-balls including 9-fours.

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