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Fast bowler Jofra Archer (middle) took two wickets for England.
- England scored 162 for 7 wickets batting first, in response, the Australian team was able to score 160 runs after losing 6 wickets.
- Aaron Finch scored 46 runs, he was the batsman to score 2 thousand runs in the lowest innings after Kohli.
- Jofra Archer and Adil Rashid took two wickets each for England, while Mark Wood got a breakthrough.
Australia played an international match between Coronavirus 174 days later on Friday. But he lost. England defeated him by 2 runs in the first match of the 3 T20 series at Southampton. England defeated Australia on this ground after 7 years. Earlier in 2013, Australia won by 39 runs. England have won their second consecutive T20 against Australia. England also won the last match between the two in 2018. The second match of the series will be played in Southampton on Sunday.
England, batting first, scored 162 runs in the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs. Chasing the target of 163 runs to win, the Australian team could manage 160 runs for 6 wickets. Australia had to score 15 runs in the last over. But the visiting team could only score 12 runs. At one time Australia's score was 124 runs at the loss of one wicket. But after this, his 4 wickets fell within 9 runs. The team could not manage this shock and lost the match.
Finch completed 2 thousand runs in T20
Earlier, Aaron Finch and David Warner added 98 runs for the first wicket. Finch was out for 46 and Warner 58. Finch also completed his 2 thousand runs in T20. He achieved this position in 62 innings. He is the fastest batsman to score 2,000 runs in T20 after Indian captain Virat Kohli. Kohli had completed 2 thousand runs in 56 innings. Prior to Finch, David Warner has also scored 2 thousand runs in T20. He achieved this feat in 73 innings.
Top 5 batsmen to score 2 thousand runs fastest in T20
|Brendon McCullum||New zealand||66|
|Martin Guptill||New zealand||68|
19th Fifth in Warner's T20
Warner and captain Aaron Finch added 55 runs in the powerplay. Warner also scored the 19th half-century in T20. Only Virat Kohli (24) and Rohit Sharma (21) have more fifties in this format than them.
Malan's Seventh Fifty
In the match, Australia won the toss and invited England to bat. England scored 162 at the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs. David Malan scored the highest 66 for England. He scored more than fifty runs in T20s for the seventh time in 14 innings. Jose Butler also scored 44 off 29 balls. Captain Eoin Morgan scored 5, Moin Ali 2, Johnny Bairstow and Tom Benton scored 8-8.
Two wickets each for three Australian bowlers
Ashton Egger, Glenn Maxwell and Kane Richardson took 2–2 wickets for Australia. Pat Cummins had a breakthrough. In the match, Australia won the toss and elected to bowl first. England gave 4 fast bowlers a chance in the playing-11 in this match. Joffra Archer will play white ball cricket after 13 months. He played the last match 2019 World Cup final.
Australia won 9 T20 out of last 11
Australia topped the T20 rankings for the first time this year. He has won 9 of his last 11 T20s. Last year he defeated Sri Lanka and Pakistan in his home, while in February this year, he defeated South Africa in his home. Meanwhile, England have played 15 T20s since March 2019. In this, he won 9, and lost 4. A match tie, then one was inconclusive.
Head to head
Between the two countries, there have been 16 T20s before this match. Australia won 9 and England 6. One match was inconclusive. Australia also has a poor record in England. Australia have played 6 T20s here. In this, he has won only one, while losing 4 matches. One match was inconclusive. There have been 8 T20 series between England and Australia so far. Out of this, three England and two Australia have won, while three series were drawn.
|Jose Butler's Cummins Bow. Agar||44||29||5||2|
|Johnny Bairstow Ca Stark Bow. Cummins||8||7||1||0|
|David Malan Cai Smith Bo.Richardson||66||43||5||3|
|Tom Benton Ca Finch Bo.gar||8||10||1||0|
|Eoin Morgan Cai Smith Bo.Maxwell||5||3||1||0|
|Moin Ali Cai Jampa Bo.Maxwell||2||6||0||0|
|Tom Karan Cae Ager Bo.Richardson||6||10||0||0|
|Chris Jordan not out||14||8||1||0|
|Adil Rashid not out||1||4||0||0|
Runs: 162/7, Over : 20, Extra: 8
Wicket Fall: 43/1, 64/2, 74/3, 91/4, 108/5, 124/6, 147/7
Bowling: Mitchell Starc: 3-0-30-0, Ashton Egger: 4-0-32-2, Pat Cummins: 3-0-24-1, Kane Richardson: 3-0-13-2, Adam Jampa: 4 -0-47-0, Glenn Maxwell: 3-0-14-2
|David Warner Bo.Archer||58||47||4||0|
|Aaron Finch Cay Jordan Bo.Archer||46||32||7||1|
|Steve Smith Ca Bairstow.Rashid||18||11||2||1|
|Glenn Maxwell C Morgan Bo.Rashid||1||2||0||0|
|Marcus Stoinis unbeaten||23||18||0||1|
|Alex Carrie Bow Wood||1||5||0||0|
|Ashton agar run out jordan||4||5||0||0|
|Pat Cummins Unbeaten||0||0||0||0|
Runs: 160/6, Over : 20, Extras: 9
Fall of wickets: 98/1, 124 / 2,127 / 3, 129/4, 133 / 5,148 / 6
Bowling: Jofra Archer: 4-0-33-2, Mark Wood: 4-0-31-1, Chris Jordan: 3-0-23-0, Tom Karan: 4-0-33-0, Adil Rashid: 4 -0-29-2, Moin Ali: 1-0-9-0
England : Johnny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), David Malan, Tom Benton, Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, Chris Jordan, Tom Karan, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood and Adil Rashid.
Australia : Aaron Finch (captain), David Warner, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carrie (wicketkeeper), Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Egger, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa.