England beat Australia at Old Trafford to seal a 5-0 series whitewash, with Jos Buttler hitting his sixth one-day international century.
has hit a century to earn Jos Buttler victory over England in their fifth one-day international that seals a series whitewash. Australia
The hosts were left chasing 206 at Old Trafford and hit their target through the batting of Butler, who recorded his sixth ODI century.
(56) was the only Aussie to surpass the half-century mark, with Travis Head and D'Arcy Short lagging shortly behind on 47 and 44 respectively. Alex Carey
England were languishing on 114-8 in response, though, as
(12), Jonny Bairstow (1) and Joe Root (0) were all sent packing in quick succession. Eoin Morgan , Jason Roy and Liam Plunkett went for a combined two runs, meanwhile, but Butler (110*) stepped in and was joined by Jake Ball (20) for a stand of 81, getting England over the line for just their second ever 5-0 series win. Adil Rashid
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