Australia vs England T20 tri-series

Morgan hits out during England's win over a Prime Minister's XI in a warm-up match

Glen Maxwell said he was excited to be there at the end of the match.

Glenn Maxwell made an unbeaten 103 and took 3-10 as Australia beat England by five wickets in a tri-series Twenty20 cricket global Wednesday played on a turning pitch at Bellerive Oval. It was deja-vu in the following six ball stint as another aggressive approach resulted in a further 15 runs off spinner Rashid as Australia threatened to run away with their chase. After a third-wicket stand of 78, Short succumbed to the pressure of three successive dot deliveries as he stroked a drive straight back into the hands of Rashid.

With Australia 98 for 4 Jason Roy appeared to have caught Maxwell in the deep but the third umpire ruled he hadn't got his fingers under the ball.

On-field umpire Gerard Abood gave a "soft signal" of out but on review his decision was overturned by third umpire Chris Brown. Two balls later Willey lit up Chris Lynn's wickets.

Fresh from his stint with the Hobart Hurricanes, D'Arcy Short was right at home at Blundstone, belting a quick-fire 30 off 20 balls, with two fours and two enormous sixes.

29 runs in five overs had squeezed the pressure on England and Malan top-edged Maxwell to Tye shortly after reaching 50. "We were looking at 170-180 plus but we were 25 short of par".

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England had raced to 94-2 by the 10th over and was on course for a score approaching 200 before Maxwell and Agar, who both found turn and bounce, took apart the England middle order in a period of just over nine overs.

The match takes place at the Bellerive Oval, Hobart.

Australia are now atop the standings in the inaugural triangular T20 tournament after notching up a comfortable seven-wicket victory over New Zealand at the SCG on February 3. Yet their gung-ho approach failed to pay dividends as Roy was dismissed in the second over as Andrew Tye took a comfortable catch at cover off the bowling of Kane Richardson.

No.3 Dawid Malan, England's best batsman in the Ashes but kept on the sidelines ever since, didn't miss a beat with a scintillating start smashing 17 runs off his first six balls as Stanlake's (1 for 43) golden touch from the tri-series opener deserted him.

Eventually, they ended their innings at 155/9 after 20 overs.

The lanky left-armer snaffled a leading edge from the risky Alex Hales but had to run behind Dawid Malan at the non-strikers end. The tourists were then stifled by the spinners - Maxwell (3 for 10) and Ashton Agar (2 for 15) - and could gather only 59 runs for the loss of six wickets in the last ten overs to finish at 155-9. It started when he had Malan caught in the deep to halt a brilliant innings of 50 off 36.

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