Archer triggers Aussie collapse for unlikely win: 2nd ODI (Manchester)

Paceman Jofra Archer starred as world champions England staged a stunning fightback to beat Australia by 24 runs to level the series 1-1.

Sitting comfortably at 144-2, Australia lost their final eight wickets for 63 runs as they were bowled out for 207, despite a valiant last-wicket partnership of 31 between Alex Carey and Josh Hazlewood.

Earlier, Adil Rashid and Tom Curran shared what turned out to be a key ninth-wicket stand of 76 as England struggled to 231-9.

England 231 for 9 (Morgan 42, Zampa 3-36) beat Australia 207 (Finch 73, Labuschagne 48, Woakes 3-32, Archer 3-34, S Curran 3-35) by 24 runs.

Sept 2020.


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