England set new world record

England set a world record in One Day Cricket. England won by 242 runs in the third ODI against Australia. England thus managed 3-0 in the five-ODI series. England batting first made 481 runs for six wickets in 50 overs. This is the highest score in one-day cricket. Batsmen Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow have gone out. Both of them were knocked by centuries. Captain Morgan also made the fastest half century.

Alex Hales 147, bairsto 139 runs. Both of them bowed down with boundaries. At one stage England moved towards the 500-run mark. Australia lost the heaviest Target and failed miserably. Australia were dismissed for 239 in 37 overs. England bowler Adil Rashid gave 47 runs for four wickets. Australia won the toss and elected bowling.

England batsmen who initially batted at the crease created a wreck. The newest one was created in one-day cricket. The highest score was made in ODI. England have set a world record of 481 runs in Tentbridge and the highest run-score in ODIs. By contrast, this was England’s biggest victory in the format, topping their 210-run win against New Zealand at Edgbaston in 2015. England captain Morgan completed the Half-century in 21 balls.