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Amazing, England broke its own world record. Stormy Century of Bairstow and Hales.

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Jonny Bairstow and Alex’s Stormy Century, while Jason Roy and Eion Morgan’s half-century helped England set history by making 481 runs on 6 wickets. He made the highest score of ODI cricket against Australia. The English team broke 444 runs on 3 August, 3 of their own world record against Pakistan on August 30, 2016.

Such raining run
Opener Jonny Bairstow hit 15 fours and five sixes in 92 balls and scored 139 runs while the second half century of the match and highest scorer Alex Hales scored 147 runs in 92 balls with 16 fours and 5 sixes. Jason Roy scored an unbeaten 82 off 61 balls with 7 fours and 4 sixes, while captain Eion Morgan faced only 30 balls to score 67 runs. During this, he scored 3 fours and 6 sixes.

Kangaroo captain’s decision proved wrong
Earlier, Australia won the toss on the Nottingham field and Australia decided to bowl first. The British batsmen overwhelmed the decision of Australia. England opener Jason Roy and Bairstow started the stormy first innings and scored 159 for the first wicket. The pace of runs can be estimated by the fact that the first 100 runs of the team became only 13.1 overs, while 150 runs in 18.3 overs were completed.

Hales handles as soon as he arrives
Jason Roy could have been run out in the chase for stealing runs at 159 runs, but the pace of making England’s runs did not slow down. Roy scored 7 fours and 4 sixes in 61 balls. When Jason was out, it felt that the pace of the English team would stop, but it did not happen. Alex Hales started the stormy batting as soon as he came. He and Bairstow together put on 151 runs for the second wicket. Agar broke this partnership with Richardson.

Morgan’s stormy batting
Jos Butler remained a bit lucky and scored just 11 runs, but captain Eion Morgan was in the full form. When he came, he started the batting batting and scoring 67 runs in just 30 balls. During this, he scored 3 fours and 6 sixes. Richardson touched him at Tim Penn. After Morgan’s dismissal, England’s pace slowed down and surpassed by a score of 500 to 19 runs away. In the meantime, leaving England behind Ian Bell (5416 runs), he became the English batsman who scored the most runs in ODIs. Morgan’s name now has 5443 runs in ODIs. Joe Root (4) and Willie (1) returned unbeaten. Richardson got 3 wickets, while one wicket went into Agar’s account.