In the Twenty20 international match held, England achieved a historic victory against Australia.

In the Twenty20 international match held in Srinagar, England achieved a historic victory against Australia.

On Peeth, England won its first Twenty20 International match in Australia in 11 years, beating Australia for the first time.

After posting a large total, England triumphed against Australia in the first Twenty20 International match played in Perth on Sunday by a margin of eight runs to take the series lead. This victory was their first in men’s Twenty20 Internationals held Down Under in the last 11 years.

In a Twenty20 international played in Australia, their first and only victory occurred in Adelaide in 2011, when they prevailed in a match by one wicket. Since then, England has been victorious in just one of their six Twenty20 International matches that they have played in Australia, which was on Sunday.

After England was given the opportunity to bat, Jos Buttler and Alex Hales put up an opening combination that scored 132 runs and set the team on track for a large total. Despite the fact that the middle order had trouble scoring runs at the same rate, England ended up amassing a total of at least 200 runs for the second time in Australia.

David Warner was instrumental in leading Australia’s run chase with a superb half-century, but the game shifted in England’s favour when he was dismissed in the 17th over. In spite of the late pyrotechnics shown by Matthew Wade, England was able to claw their way back into the game because to Reece Topley’s superb penultimate over, in which they allowed just six runs.

Sam Curran kept his cool to send back the dangerous Wade in the last over, which resulted in England only allowing seven runs to be scored off of it. This contributed to England’s victory by eight runs.

Matches in Canberra are scheduled to take place on Wednesday and Friday as the series continues. After that, on October 17th, England will compete in a warm-up match against Pakistan before the beginning of their Twenty20 World Cup campaign on October 22nd, when they face Afghanistan.

With thanks to the ICC

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