Australia thrash England by 221 runs in third and final ODI match at Melbourne Cricket Ground . Travis Head and David Warner top scores for Australia .
Australia thrash a tired England by 221 runs in the third and final one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday, dominating centuries from Travis Head and David Warner, to sweep the series 3-0.England's long tour ended with a humiliating loss in Adelaide and a 72-run loss in Sydney, the same venue where they won the Twenty20 World Cup this month.In a rain-hit match reduced to 48 overs, Australia made a mighty 355-5 with the pairs 269-run mark being the ninth-highest opening partnership in 50-over cricket and the highest at the MCG, an ominous figure against a disciplined attack led by pacemen Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood and Adam Zampas spin.England's Olly Stone (485) bowled at Steve Smith after Australia was on 324-3 after 45 minutes.As the ball fell to wicketkeeper Jos Buttler, there was a faint edge.Smith, on the other hand, did not walk, as umpire Paul Wilson did not buzz.Buttler waited for a while before deciding to join the DRS, and then he began to yell howzzat.Wilson dismissed Smith out immediately after hitting his head while fielding, but Dawid Malan was called to open for England with Jason Roy but fell for two to Hazlewood, who were then 95-7 and losing their hopes.Zampa ended with 4-31.We tried our best, but it came a long way short. There are plenty to be proud of.When it was raining, Buttler, who had missed the Sydney game, took to the field and batted to help him to cement his position at the top of the order, hitting 16 fours and four sixes, but Head kept pace as he picked up the trophy, making his third one-day century and highest score in three games.Warner followed quickly, pulling Olly Stone to the finish line for his 19th ODI ton.JoSaavn.com is the only internet site that allows users to browse the latest music.After taking Mitchell Marsh for 30 and Steve Smith for 21 in the same game, Stone broke the deal.
What you waiting, what you waiting for?— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 22, 2022
'Blocker' Wilson wants to hear 'howzat?' before triggering Steve Smith! 😂☝️ #AUSvENG pic.twitter.com/jumvhOTiZy