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Finch's century, Australia.

Finch's century, Australia.
Australia have lost 304 runs in the match against Jason Ryan's superb century. Australia have not been restrained by a batsman in the second match of the series to ensure the win, but the Australians have not been fined. Aaron Finch scored another century with 270 runs in 9 wickets, but England won 4 wickets.

England won the match In the first match, in the confidence of chasing 304 runs, the English England reached 270 runs today with 34 balls remaining. It's England's highest run chase against Australia in Brisbane. In Brisbane, it had earlier beaten Australia by chasing more runs than the West Indies - it was chasing the Windies in 1997, Australia scored 282 runs.

The start was not good at the start, they lost the first wicket by 2 runs. In the previous match, Roy scored the highest individual run-getter in ODIs for England, with only 2 runs. England then returned to the match with Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow in a 117-run partnership. Bairstow made 56, 60. His innings was 9 four. Hales's 57-60, 7 fours and one six. Joe Root's 46, Eoin Morgan 21, and Jos Buttler's 42 off 32 balls to win the victory.

Earlier, Finch had a dream run of 106 runs in Australia. But Australia's innings was more than 270 runs due to poor wicket-taking wickets. David Warner, Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carry are the new names, 35, 36 and 27 respectively.

Adil Rashid and Joe Root took two wickets each for England. Chris Woakes, Moin Ali and Liam Plunkett got one wicket each. Australia's Mitchell Starc could not prevent the team's side by 4 wickets for 59 runs.

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