England chased down a total of 158 quite comfortably in the end and won the T20 series 2-0 against Australia. However, there is still one t20 match left. But, it is will be a formality because England has already won the series. However, we have to see if it will be a clean sweep or Australia will fight back in the final game.
England bowled impressively because they pick three wickets in the powerplay and were not allowing the Aussies to score runs. They put their middle-order under pressure. Steve Smith got run out as he was looking to steal a single. However, Aaron Finch and Marcus Stoinis released some pressure by building the partnership of 49 runs. But, they were unable to play a big knock which was required from them.
Chris Jordon dismissed Aaron Finch on 40 and broke the partnership. After a few minutes, Adil Rashid dismissed Stoinis on 35. They were again in trouble by losing two quick wickets they stand at 89 for 5 in 13 overs. Glenn Maxwell and Ashton Agar score their twenties and take the team to a respectable score of 157 for 7. Chris Jordan picked a couple of wickets. Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, and Adil Rashid took a wicket each.
England started well because they scored 44 for 1 in the powerplay. However, Bairstow got out Hit Wicket which was an unfortunate dismissal. But, Jos Buttler steals the show with his aggressive batting. He scored an unbeaten 77 in just 54 balls. He got good support from Dawid Malan on the other end. Dawid Malan has impressed everyone with his batting that is why he was picked ahead of James Vince. He scored 42 in 32 deliveries. Malan missed out on his fifty as Agar dismissed him.
Australia did not have a chance to win this game but they created an opportunity after the dismissal of Malan. They pick two more wickets of Tom Banton and Eoin Morgan. But, it was not enough because England has a long batting order and with Buttler still in the crease. Moeen Ali in the end smashed a boundary and a six to finish off the chase. England won the match by six wickets and with seven balls remaining. Ashton Agar picked a couple of wickets. Mitchell Starc and Adam Zampa took a wicket each. Jos Buttler is the Man of the Match for his unbeaten show of 77.