Warner-Head's record partnership helps Australia crush England by 221 runs

atting first, the two openers Head and David Warner gave Australia a flying start. They added 269 runs in the opening pair which broke many records. They’re the second opening pair in ODI history to make 250 plus partnership twice. Also they made the highest partnership at MCG too.

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Australia beat England by a huge margin of 221 runs in the third and last ODI of the three-match series in Melbourne on Tuesday (November 22). With this victory, Australia whitewashed England by 3-0.
England lost by 10 runs to Australia opener Travis Head as Head scored 152 runs but England were bundled out for just 142 runs.
Batting first, the two openers Head and David Warner gave Australia a flying start. They added 269 runs in the opening pair which broke many records. They’re the second opening pair in ODI history to make 250 plus partnership twice. Also they made the highest partnership at MCG too.
In the meantime, Head scored his third ODI century of this year and he was heading towards double century. But he failed as he was dismissed for 152 runs from 130 balls with 16 fours and 4 sixes. Warner also hit a century but after almost 3 years. He last scored a century in January 2020. Warner scored 106 off 102 balls with 8 fours and 2 sixes.
Depending on their pair, the rest could make the team score up to 355 runs in 48 overs which was the highest score at MCG. Olly Stone was the pick of the bowlers for England with four wickets. England’s target was set at 364 in 48 overs in DLS method.
Hazlewood gave Australia the breakthrough in the beginning to chase the mountain target given by Australia. The pair of Roy and Vince kept the team up to 57 runs. But Billings and Roy could not prolong their innings. After the dismissal of them, England lost wickets regularly and were all out for 142 runs in just 31.4 overs.
Spinner Adam Zampa was the best bowler for Australia with four wickets. Pat Cummins and Sean Abbott got two wickets each.