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It remains to be seen if Australian opener Aaron Finch can re-create his heroics at the top of the order again as he leads his side into the second Twenty20 clash of the series against England at Chester-le-Street today.
Finch smashed the previous world record total in an international T20 game when he scored an incredible 156.
The stocky right-hander bashed 14 sixes and 11 boundaries in the whirlwind knock that left England skipper Stuart Broad scratching his head.
After scores of just 1, 7 and four in his previous Twenty20 knocks this year, Finch’s stunning innings came at just the right time for his career in the coloured clothes.
Joe Root was also in good form for the Three Lions as he belted an unbeaten 90 from 46 balls to give his side some hope, that if they bat first in the second game, they too can put on an imposing score.
The incredibly friendly batting conditions for the first game, which saw more than 400 runs scored between the two sides, should be toned down slightly at Durham.
Eoin Morgan will need runs for the home side if he is to keep his place in the team, with the former limited over dynamo not having passed 50 in his last 23 international innings.
Finch will again be hard to stop for Australia, however, his comments after the first game suggest he won’t have it so easy next time out.
“It’s only one T20 game. There are still five one-dayers and another T20 to come and I’m sure they’ll come back with some new plays so we’ll have to adapt again,” Finch said.