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Jose Butler scored a half-century in the Southampton T20. This is his 9th FIFTY in the T20. He scored 77 off 54 balls.
- Australia scored 157 for 7 wickets in 20 overs after batting first, England lost 158 for 4.
- For England, Jos Buttler scored the highest 77 runs, this was his 5 fifties in 11 innings.
- England had defeated Australia by 2 runs in the first T20, their second consecutive win over their visiting team.
England beat Australia by 6 wickets in the second match of the three T20 series. This is England's third consecutive win over Australia. England also won by 2 runs in the first T20 of the series. Earlier in the match in Birmingham in 2018, they defeated Australia by 28 runs. The last match of the series between the two teams will be in Southampton on 8 September.
England also captured the series with the second T20 win against Australia. This is England's seventh consecutive T20 series within 2 years, in which it has not lost. During this time he won 6 series. The series against Pakistan last month was a 1–1 draw. He defeated Sri Lanka, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa and now number-1 team Australia in the T20 rankings.
Butler is the man of the match
For England, opener Jose Butler scored the most 77 runs. This is Butler's fifth fifty in 11 innings, opening in T20. It is also the highest score of his T20 career. He was voted man of the match. David Malan scored 42 runs for England. Ashton Egger took two wickets from Australia's TFF, while Mitchell Starc and Adam Zampa got one wicket each.
Australia's agar took two wickets
Earlier, Australia won the toss and scored 157 for 7 wickets. Captain Aaron Finch scored the most 40 runs for the visiting team. Marcus Stoinis (35), David Warner (0), Alex Carrie (2), Steve Smith (10) were all out. Chris Jordan took the most 2 wickets for England.
Joffra Archer, Adil Rashid and Mark Wood got one wicket each. The two teams did not make any changes in the playing-11 for this match. The England team were fined 20 per cent of the match fees due to slow over rate in the first T20.
Australia won 9 matches out of 17
There have been 18 T20s between the two countries combined. Australia has won 9 and England 8 in this. One match was inconclusive. Australia also has a poor record in England. There have been 8 matches in England between the two countries so far. Australia has won only one, while it has lost 6. 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.
Total T20 on the Rose Bowl ground: 6
- Team batting first: 4
- First bowling team wins: 2
- Average team score in first innings: 172
- Team average score in second innings: 149
|The player||Run||The ball||4s||6s|
|David Warner Cay Butler Bo.Archer||0||3||0||0|
|Aaron Finch Bow Jordan||40||33||4||2|
|Alex Carrie Cay Butler Bow.wood||2||7||0||0|
|Steve smith runout morgan||10||7||1||1|
|Marcus Stoinis Cay Malan Bo.Rashid||35||26||2||2|
|Glenn Maxwell Cay Butler Bow. Jordan||26||18||1||1|
|Ashton ager runout archer||23||20||2||0|
|Pat Cummins Unbeaten||13||5||1||1|
|Mitchell Starc not out||2||1||0||0|
Score: 157/7, Over : 20, Extra: 6
Fall of wickets: 0/1, 3/2, 30/3, 79/4, 89 / 5,132 / 6, 155/7
Bowling: Joffra Archer: 4-0-32-1, Mark Wood: 4-0-25-1, Chris Jordan: 4-0-40-2, Tom Karan: 3-0-25-0, Adil Rashid: 4 -0-25-1, Moin Ali: 1-0-8-0
|The player||Run||The ball||4s||6s|
|Jose Butler not out||77||54||8||2|
|Johnny Bairstow Hit Wicket (Stark)||9||11||2||0|
|David Malan Ca Stoinis Bo. Agar||42||32||7||0|
|Tom Benton Cay Cummins Bow.gar||2||4||0||0|
|Eoin Morgan Ca Maxwell Bo.Jampa||7||6||1||0|
|Moin Ali not out||13||6||1||1|
Score: 158/4, Over : 18.5, Extra: 8
Bowling: Mitchell Starc: 4-0-25-1, Pat Cummins: 3-0-24-0, Kane Richardson: 2-0-19-0, Glenn Maxwell: 2-0-16-0, Adam Zampa: 3.5 -0-42-1, Ashton Egger: 4-0-27-2
Playing of both teams-11
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.