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David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match

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It was a fascinating day for Australian cricket, as they secured a 221-run victory over England in the third ODI of the England vs Australia Match at Melbourne Cricket Ground. With this victory, they completed the 3-0 clean sweep as well.

The biggest contributors to the Australian team were the opening batters, David Warner and Travis Head. Their terrific stand broke many records in the 50-over format as well after England vs Australia match.

The pair started on a solid note and increased the tempo after setting their eyes on the pitch. The English bowlers looked hapless on a flat surface, while the duo went on to score their respective centuries and stitch a 269-run stand.

Warner (106 off 102) and Head (152 off 130) were dismissed in the 39th over by Olly Stone. Then, Steve Smith (21 off 16) and Mitchell Marsh (30 off 18) helped the hosts to post 355 in 48 overs. The revised target for England was 364 due to the DLS method in the 3rd ODI of the England vs Australia match.

David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match
David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match

Afterwards, Jason Roy (33 off 48) and James Vince (22 off 45) returned as the only notable contributors, as the Three Lions bundled out for 142 in England vs Australia Match. The pick of the bowlers for Australia was Adam Zampa, with four wickets.

READ MORE: Arshdeep Singh takes consecutive wickets for India as Mohammed Siraj’s direct throw completes team hat-trick

England vs Australia: Warner and Head break plethora of records in 3rd ODI

The 269-run stand between both batters now marks their presence at the pole position in terms of the highest stand in ODIs at MCG. The previous best was Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist’s 225 vs England in 2002.

Furthermore, the mammoth partnership is the second-highest for any wicket against England in ODIs. They are just behind Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga’s 286 in 2006.

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Also, David Warner and Travis Head are now the joint-quickest to reach 1000 partnership runs in 13 innings. New Zealand batters Roger Twose and Nathan Astle also completed 1000 partnership runs in the same number of innings.

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David Warner surpassed Steve Waugh in terms of the number of centuries in ODIs for Australia. He now has 19 centuries to his name in the 50-overs format. The former captain Ricky Ponting tops this list with 29 centuries.

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Moreover, the talented batters are the only second pair to stitch a 250+ runs partnership in ODIs. Before them, Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar achieved a similar milestone.

It was a fascinating day for Australian cricket, as they secured a 221-run victory over England in the third ODI of the England vs Australia Match at Melbourne Cricket Ground. With this victory, they completed the 3-0 clean sweep as well.

The biggest contributors to the Australian team were the opening batters, David Warner and Travis Head. Their terrific stand broke many records in the 50-over format as well after England vs Australia match.

The pair started on a solid note and increased the tempo after setting their eyes on the pitch. The English bowlers looked hapless on a flat surface, while the duo went on to score their respective centuries and stitch a 269-run stand.

Warner (106 off 102) and Head (152 off 130) were dismissed in the 39th over by Olly Stone. Then, Steve Smith (21 off 16) and Mitchell Marsh (30 off 18) helped the hosts to post 355 in 48 overs. The revised target for England was 364 due to the DLS method in the 3rd ODI of the England vs Australia match.

David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match
David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match

Afterwards, Jason Roy (33 off 48) and James Vince (22 off 45) returned as the only notable contributors, as the Three Lions bundled out for 142 in England vs Australia Match. The pick of the bowlers for Australia was Adam Zampa, with four wickets.

READ MORE: Arshdeep Singh takes consecutive wickets for India as Mohammed Siraj’s direct throw completes team hat-trick

England vs Australia: Warner and Head break plethora of records in 3rd ODI

The 269-run stand between both batters now marks their presence at the pole position in terms of the highest stand in ODIs at MCG. The previous best was Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist’s 225 vs England in 2002.

Furthermore, the mammoth partnership is the second-highest for any wicket against England in ODIs. They are just behind Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga’s 286 in 2006.

READ MORE: “A Legend Is at No. 3 and I Can’t Get That Spot”, Deepak Hooda on Virat Kohli

Also, David Warner and Travis Head are now the joint-quickest to reach 1000 partnership runs in 13 innings. New Zealand batters Roger Twose and Nathan Astle also completed 1000 partnership runs in the same number of innings.

David Warner surpassed Steve Waugh in terms of the number of centuries in ODIs for Australia. He now has 19 centuries to his name in the 50-overs format. The former captain Ricky Ponting tops this list with 29 centuries.

Moreover, the talented batters are the only second pair to stitch a 250+ runs partnership in ODIs. Before them, Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar achieved a similar milestone.

It was a fascinating day for Australian cricket, as they secured a 221-run victory over England in the third ODI of the England vs Australia Match at Melbourne Cricket Ground. With this victory, they completed the 3-0 clean sweep as well.

The biggest contributors to the Australian team were the opening batters, David Warner and Travis Head. Their terrific stand broke many records in the 50-over format as well after England vs Australia match.

The pair started on a solid note and increased the tempo after setting their eyes on the pitch. The English bowlers looked hapless on a flat surface, while the duo went on to score their respective centuries and stitch a 269-run stand.

Warner (106 off 102) and Head (152 off 130) were dismissed in the 39th over by Olly Stone. Then, Steve Smith (21 off 16) and Mitchell Marsh (30 off 18) helped the hosts to post 355 in 48 overs. The revised target for England was 364 due to the DLS method in the 3rd ODI of the England vs Australia match.

David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match
David Warner and Travis Head Crush ODI Records in England vs Australia Match

Afterwards, Jason Roy (33 off 48) and James Vince (22 off 45) returned as the only notable contributors, as the Three Lions bundled out for 142 in England vs Australia Match. The pick of the bowlers for Australia was Adam Zampa, with four wickets.

READ MORE: Arshdeep Singh takes consecutive wickets for India as Mohammed Siraj’s direct throw completes team hat-trick

England vs Australia: Warner and Head break plethora of records in 3rd ODI

The 269-run stand between both batters now marks their presence at the pole position in terms of the highest stand in ODIs at MCG. The previous best was Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist’s 225 vs England in 2002.

Furthermore, the mammoth partnership is the second-highest for any wicket against England in ODIs. They are just behind Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga’s 286 in 2006.

READ MORE: “A Legend Is at No. 3 and I Can’t Get That Spot”, Deepak Hooda on Virat Kohli

Also, David Warner and Travis Head are now the joint-quickest to reach 1000 partnership runs in 13 innings. New Zealand batters Roger Twose and Nathan Astle also completed 1000 partnership runs in the same number of innings.

David Warner surpassed Steve Waugh in terms of the number of centuries in ODIs for Australia. He now has 19 centuries to his name in the 50-overs format. The former captain Ricky Ponting tops this list with 29 centuries.

Moreover, the talented batters are the only second pair to stitch a 250+ runs partnership in ODIs. Before them, Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar achieved a similar milestone.

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