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Australia beat New Zealand by two wickets in the first one-day international. Cameron Green and Alex Carey were big reasons why

Highlights from the first one-day international between Australia and New Zealand include Cameron Green’s performance in the role of an anchor during Australia’s successful run chase against New Zealand for 233 runs.

Highlights from the first one-day international between Australia and New Zealand: In the inaugural one-day international (ODI), which took place on Tuesday at Cazaly’s Stadium in Cairns, Australia defeated New Zealand by two wickets.

Cameron Green scored 89 runs without being dismissed, and Alex Carey hit 85 runs. At one point in the game, when Australia was playing New Zealand, they were 44 for 5 and needed 233 runs to win. Carey and Green put together a stand for the sixth wicket that scored 158 runs.

Green’s innings kept Australia in the hunt and eventually helped them win the game, despite the fact that they lost the following three wickets in rapid succession. With figures of four wickets and forty runs conceded in ten overs, Trent Boult was New Zealand’s most effective bowler.

Earlier on, Devon Conway had the highest score of the match, which was 46, as New Zealand set a target of 233 runs for Australia. In his return, Glenn Maxwell had collected four wickets, while Josh Hazlewood had taken three. Aaron Finch, the captain of Australia’s cricket team, won the toss and decided his team would bowl first in the game. (SCORECARD)

Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson (captain), Tom Latham (wk), Daryl Mitchell, Michael Bracewell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, and Trent Boult were the eleven players selected to represent New Zealand in the match.

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