Here are the record-breaking efforts put up by the middle and lower order of England and Australia.
Here are all the statistical highlights from Australia’s 3-wicket win the series-decider at Old Trafford.
The 212-run stand for the 6th wicket that began in the 17th over lasted until it went down the wire and got broken only in the 48th over.
Root bowled an off-break delivery that arrived a little later than the batsman anticipated.
Woakes pretended as he was preparing to scoop the ball over fine leg but at the end deflected the ball between the keeper and the third man for four.
Ashwin is not someone to step back.
After registering a 24-run triumph in the second ODI, hosts England will be aiming to seal the third and final game to clinch the three-match series.
This is not the first time when such an instance has happened during England-Australia limited-overs series.
Australia have shown their caliber in the first ODI by beating the world champions.
England haven't lost a bilateral ODI series at home since 2015.