Australia beat New Zealand in the third T20 international in Wellington on Wednesday March 3.Ashton Agar was awarded the man of the match.
Finch flowed out from his T20 recession with his initial half-centenary in the previous 27 innings, Ashton Agar improved his own record for Australia as they remained the series alive with a 64-run victory in the very third game at an vacant stadium in Wellington. Maxi aroused the grandeur with some exciting strokeplay.
Meredith made an amazing debut by taking wickets early still New Zealand primarily managed to keep up but couldn’t maintain it to make a serious depth at the aim.
In the first half, Australia was laid by a remain of 83 between Finch and Josh Philippe, and the sequential part of the innings was ruled by Maxwell’s 31-ball 70 of which 62 runs came in boundaries. The eight overs from 10 to 18 brought 105 runs before New Zealand draged it back a little.
Martin Guptill and Devon Conway played well in the chase, but Agar took three wickets in the 13th over to end he makes it to a six-wicket haul to achieve that fame in T20Is while also becoming the sixth to take multiple five-wicket hauls in the format.
Australia (Playing XI): Aaron Finch(c), Matthew Wade(w), Josh Philippe, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa, Riley Meredith.
New Zealand (Playing XI): Kane Williamson(c), Tim Seifert(w), Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, James Neesham, Mark Chapman, Glenn Phillips, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult.
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