Australia beat England by five wickets with nine balls remaining in the 2nd Twenty20 match played at the Bellerive Oval, Hobart on Feb. 7, 2018.

Australia wins the toss again

The Aussies won the toss and put England in to bat first. England scored a reasonable 155 runs for the loss of nine wickets in their allotted 20 overs. But the score was not enough to beat the formidable Australian batting line-up.

DJ Malan was the only England batsman to score a half-century before getting out caught by Tye to Maxwell for 50 runs. Hales and Morgan scored 22 runs each.

For Australia, stopgap bowler Glenn Maxwell was the pick of the bowlers as he picked three crucial wickets for just ten runs in two overs.

Maxwell hits amazing century

It was Maxwell's day all the way! After taking three of the England wickets, he came to bat and scored a scintillating 103 runs in just 58 deliveries. He struck ten boundaries and four massive sixes. He remained unbeaten while Australia lost five wickets at the other side.

Australia ended up scoring 165 runs for five wickets in 18.3 overs.They now lead the points table of the Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Trophy with four points.

New Zealand is the other team participating in the tri-nation series.

In another international match today, India is playing South Africa in the 3rd One Day International game at Cape Town. The latest update was — India scored 224 runs for four wickets in 40 overs. Still, ten more overs to go.