Sky Sports – Ben Stokes and England were less than happy after he was given out ‘obstructing the field’ in the second ODI against Australia in 2015
Ben Stokes and England were less than happy after he was given out ‘obstructing the field’ in the second ODI against Australia in 2015
England clinched the Ashes in double-quick time in 2015 – but then ran into a titanic 50-over tussle with Australia.
- Here is how it all panned out…
- Second ODI – Australia win by 64 runsSCORECARD | REPORT | AS IT HAPPENEDEngland fell to a 64-run defeat to Australia in the second one-day international at Lord’s after Ben Stokes was given out obstructing the field.
- James Taylor struck his maiden one-day international hundred as England kept their series hopes alive with a 93-run victory over Australia in the third ODI at Old Trafford.
- Fourth ODI – England win by three wicketsSCORECARD | REPORT | AS IT HAPPENEDMorgan struck a sparkling run-a-ball 92 to propel England to a series-levelling three-wicket victory over Australia in the fourth one-day international at Headingley.
- Fifth ODI – Australia win by eight wicketsSCORECARD | REPORT | AS IT HAPPENEDAustralia cruised to victory in the deciding ODI with England at Old Trafford, winning by eight wickets after bowling the hosts out for 138 within 33 overs.