Mitchell Starc got Australia’s 280-run defense off to a flying start in the second ODI against England by sending off both Jason Roy and Dawid Malan in the first over of their chase.
The left arm swift was at its deadliest, taking two wickets in the first to leave England behind at 0–2. Roy gloved a short throw aimed at his ribs to wicket-keeper Alex Carey with Starc’s second ball.
Starc then bowled Malan, who had scored 134 in the first game of the series, with a brilliant road swinger that came at an angle to him before flipping away to hit his punch.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 19, 2022
Previously, Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne contributed 94 and 58 runs respectively as Australia reached 280/8 in 50 overs.
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