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England Breaks Highest ODI Score Record Against Australia

Britain has heaped more wretchedness on its adversaries, Australia, in the third one-day global of the series in the wake of enrolling the most elevated aggregate ever of an organization.

The hosts scored 481 for 6 in 50 overs, surpassing their own previous record of 444 for 3 which was set against Pakistan also at Trent Bridge back in 2016.
Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow both hit centuries — 147 and 139 respectively — as England were on their way to score 500 at one point.
Hales and Bairstow both faced 92 deliveries each to display their brilliance whereas skipper Eoin Morgan came low down the order to give England the last boost. The skipper scored a rapid 67, which saw him become the leading scorer in ODI history.

England Breaks Highest ODI Score Record Against Australia

In response, Australia crumbled for in 39 overs and only managed to post 239 on the board as Adil Rashid took 4 for 47.

       Britain's Record-Breaking Spree 

  • Here are every one of the records England broke subsequent to hitting the most astounding ODI score ever of amusement: 

  • Most elevated men's one-day universal aggregate. 

  • Britain's greatest ODI win and Australia's heaviest thrashing as far as runs. 

  • The record for most limits hit in an ODI with 62. The past sign of 59 was held by England and Sri Lanka. 

  • Morgan turn into the main batsman to score 3,000 ODI keeps running in England and Wales 

  • Bairstow is just the eighth player to score four centuries in six ODI innings, after Virat Kohli, David Warner, Quinton de Kock, Kumar Sangakkara, Hashim Amla, AB de Villiers and Zaheer Abbas. 

  • Bairstow has hit four ODI hundreds of years in 2018, equalling David Gower's record in a date-book year (1983). 

  • Bairstow and Roy recorded their fourth century opening stand, equalling the England record shared by Nick Knight and Marcus Trescothick.

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