England won the 2nd T20 match by 6 wickets, with this win England seal the series

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The second match of the T20 series between England and Australia was played today at The Rose Bowl, Southampton, in which England defeated Australia by 6 wickets. England also won the first T20 match by 2 runs, and today won the second T20 match by 6 wickets, with this victory, England also won this T20 series.

Australia won the toss and decide to bat first, Australia batted first, scored 157 runs lost of 7 wickets in 20 overs, Australia started not very well, Warner catches out without any score, after that Finch 40 runs in 33 balls, Stoinis 35 runs off 26 balls, Maxwell 26 runs from 18 balls, Agar 23 runs in 20 balls, Cummins unbitten 13 runs in 5 balls, Steven Smith 10 balls in 7 balls, Alex Carey 2 runs in 7 balls, and Starc unbeaten in 2 runs. In this way, Australia batted first after won the toss and scored 157 runs losing 7 wickets in 20 overs, and set a target of 157 runs for England.

England's ballers- Chris Jordan got 2 wickets, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, and Adil Rashid got 1-1 wicket.

In the second innings, England chasing 157 runs, achieved the target very easily in 18.5 over losing 4 wickets and won the match by 6 wickets. England started very well, Jos Buttler played unbeaten brilliantly a half-century innings of 77 off 54 balls, and Dawid Malan also played very well 42 runs off 32 balls, Moeen Ali unbeaten 13 runs from 6 balls, Jonny Bairstow 9 runs from 11 balls, Eoin Morgan 7 runs in 6 balls, and Tom Banton scored 2 runs in 4 balls. In this way, England chasing 157 runs in the second inning, easily to achieved the target losing 4 wickets in 18.5 overs, and won the match by 6 wickets, with this victory England also seal the T20 series.

Australian ballers- Ashton Agar got 2 wickets, Mitchell Starc, and Adam Zampa got 1-1 wicket.

Man of the match- Jos Buttler selected for the man of the match, he played an unbeaten half-century inning of 77 runs with 2 sixes and 8 boundaries in 54 balls.

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