Australia thrashed England for 221 in the rain-hit final ODI here on Tuesday, riding on brilliant centuries from Travis Head and David Warner to seal the three-match series 3-0.

England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and invited Australia to bat. The opening pair of Head and Warner shared a 269-run partnership at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, helping the team post a mammoth total of 355 for five. This is the biggest score in ODIs at this ground.

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Head scored 152 runs in 130 balls, his third ODI century, his highest score in this format. Warner played an inning of 106 runs.

The Australian innings was delayed twice due to rain, after which the match was reduced to 48 overs.

This gave England a target of 364 runs to win

This gave England a target of 364 runs to win. But the team was bundled out for 142 in the 32nd over with opener Jason Roy top-scoring with 38 runs. Pacer Ollie Stone, playing only his sixth ODI, was the best of the England bowlers with figures of four for 85.

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Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa took four for 31 to take his tally to 11 wickets in the series. Australia won the first match in Adelaide by six wickets while the second match at the Sydney Cricket Ground by 72 runs.