England vs Australia, 5th ODI – Statistical Highlights
Updated - Sep 13, 2015 4:29 pm
England vs Australia, 5th ODI – Statistical Highlights : With some brilliant performances in both bowling and batting, Australia sealed the 5-match ODI series by 3-2 against England with a 8-wicket win in the series decider which turned out to be a one-sided contest. Here we look at all the possible stats recorded during the course of the game.
England vs Australia, 5th ODI – Statistical Highlights:
138 – England’s score of 138 is their least score at home while batting first after winning the toss.
154 – Australia’s victory with 154 balls to spare is their 3rd largest win in terms of balls against England.
344 – Balls bowled during the match. This is the 2nd lowest for a result yielding ODI between England and Australia. Shortest result yielding match between England and Australia was in 2003 at Sydney which got completed in 320 balls.
6 – Number of balls Eoin Morgan faced before returning to pavilion retired hurt. Only 8 other players got retired hurt by facing 6 or less deliveries.
2 – Aaron Finch became the 1st visiting opener to score two fifty plus scores at Manchester. He averages 84 in the 3 innings he batted at the venue.
2013 – 1st time since 2013, Australia bowled out their opposition inside 200 deliveries. Last time was against West Indies in 2013 at Perth.
3/21 – John Hastings recorded his best figures in ODI Cricket.
4 – Wickets taken by Mitchell Marsh in the game. Only the 2nd time he picked up 4-wicket haul in his ODI career, both against England.