WAtoday (Australia) – England stormed to a world record 481-6 as they demolished Australia’s bowling attack in the third match of their one-day international series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Tuesday.

Summary

  • England stormed to a world record 481-6 as they demolished Australia’s bowling attack in the third match of their one-day international series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Tuesday.
  • England’s Jonny Bairstow celebrates reaching a century during the one-day international cricket match at Trent Bridge.
  • Jonny Bairstow’s swashbuckling 139 and a magnificent 147 by Alex Hales took England past the existing record.
  • Captain Eoin Morgan joined in the fun as he struck a 21-ball half century – the fastest by an England batsman in ODIs – to become his country’s leading one-day run scorer.
  • It looked as though England would go past the 500-run barrier before Australia rallied with a few late wickets that caused the run flow to dry up slightly.


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