England beat Australia by 6 wickets with 7 balls to spare in the 2nd T20I. They sealed the series with the win.
Australia won the toss and elected to Bat First.England had a strong attack with them so did Australia had a good batting lineup.
Archer had David Warner (0) caught behind for a duck third ball, before Alex Carey (2) slashed Wood behind in the second over as the England pair rocked Australia with their express pace, something team-mate Chris Jordan said they had also done in the first T20I. After the sudden collapse it was again Australian Captain captain Aaron Finch and Marcus Stoinis who tried to stabilize their Innings with their innings of 40 of 33 Balls and 35 of 26 balls Respectively and Helped Australia to reach a score of 157/7.
After restricting Australia to 157, England were on the charge after Jonny Bairstow's early departure, with Jos Buttler staying at the crease until the end, further rubber-stamping his credentials as one of the best openers in the game currently in this format.A late wobble against Australia’s spinners had seen England lose three wickets for 29 runs, only for Moeen Ali (13no) to thump Zampa for six and four and Buttler to complete the win two balls later.
England will now be eyeing a 3-0 whitewash over Australia. And now England has become No.1 T20 Side.
Man Of the Match for this Match was Surely Jos Buttler for brilliant 77.
Brief scores: Australia 157/7 in 20 overs (Aaron Finch 40, Marcus Stoinis 35; Chris Jordan 2-40, Adil Rashid 1-25) lost to England 158/4 in 18.5 overs (Jos Buttler 77*, Dawid Malan 42; Ashton Agar 2-27, Mitchell Starc 1-25) by six wickets