Australia vs Zimbabwe 3rd T20I: Australia beat Zimbabwe by 100 runs

Australia beat Zimbabwe by 100 runs in the 3rd T20I of Tri-series, Australia continue their winning runs in this tri series as they defeat Zimbabwe by 100 runs in Harare. Australia captain and man of the match good to get a few out of the middle and break a record. Aaron Finch has exploded in the most destructive inning ever seen in international match. in the first inning Australia set a total 229 in its T20I against Zimbabwe in Harare 3rd of July.

 

Australia vs Zimbabwe 3rd T20I: Australia beat Zimbabwe by 100 runs
Australia vs Zimbabwe 3rd T20I: Australia beat Zimbabwe by 100 runs

 

 

Zimbabwe restricted to 129-9 in 20 overs and A. Tye took 3-12 and Ashton Agar picked up 2-16. Courtesy a brutal and lethal performance from the Aaron Finch scored a record breaking 172 runs. On the other hand Zimbabwe started the innings in aggressive manner but lost wickets in a quicksuccession later in the innings.

 

Australia’s second win on the trot after a dismal run in England acros the limited overs format where they lost 6 match consecutively.

 

 

In the first wickets record breaking partnership by skipper Aaron Finch (172) and D’Arcy Short (46) and Australia scored 229 in 20 overs.

 

Zimbabwe back to back losses and now find themselves in a must win game against Pakistan on Wednesday July 4th.
Previously held the record ballistic as he scored his own highest scored in International T20I with a knock of 156 against England in 2013. Opener A Finch own record a merciless knock of 172 from 76 balls.

 

In the end he could only be stopped by himself, when he was dismissed hitting his own wicket when lost his balance at the crease in the final over and knocked his off stump with his own bat.

 

 

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