England recorded an emphatic win on Sunday afternoon at Old Trafford against England vs Australia Second T20 their bitter rivals and former number 1 T20 side in the world Australia to not just claim the win, but also claim the series and knock Australia off the top spot and become the best T20 side in the world.
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The game was taken away from Australia initially by the fierce bowling from Archer and Wood with both steaming in at 90+mph and claiming wickets in their first over each. Important wickets as well, with David Warner, the pantomime villain of the Ashes series last year getting a duck and closely followed Carey who loosely swung at the ball outside off stump. This sent the president for the game, with none of the Australian team really able to set the pitch on fire.
There were mediocre knocks from Finch and Stoinis, hitting 40 and 35 respectively, but with low strike rates due to losing early wickets and needing to get through the overs, it was never going to be anything spectacular. Rashid was the pick of the bowlers for England, bowling his 4.0 overs for 25 runs at an economy of 6.25 claiming 1 wicket in impressive fashion.
In terms of England’s play, and the main reasoning in which they won the match was down to superb batting displays from star man Jos Buttler and the in-form David Malan. Buttler hit 77 off 54 balls including a massive 6 to win the game with 7 balls remaining. Malan was the perfect accompany for this having his 42 runs off 32 balls – a formidable partnership when these two are hitting the middle of the bat and one we don’t think any team in the world would want to play against England vs Australia.