Batting first, England scored 481/6, the highest-ever ODI score.
In the meantime, the Barmy Army also plundered the highest ever ODI score of 481 runs.
On the same day, England, who are going to host the ICC Cricket World Cup next year, certainly prepared batting friendly pitches on goal.
England's biggest ODI win: After bowling out Australia for 239, England won the match by 242 runs, which is their biggest win in the format.
England are the hosts of the next year's ODI World Cup.
Brisbane Courier-Mail newspaper: "England has heaped further humiliation on an Australian one-day team in freefall..." But he was back to his best at his home ground in Nottingham and reached three figures even quicker than Bairstow, his seventh worldwide ton coming off 62 balls.
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In the final analysis, Tye suffered most as his famed variations fell flat on a ideal surface and he was dispatched for 100 runs in nine overs - while Richardson's changes of pace deservedly brought him three wickets, albeit at the cost of 92 runs.
For Australia it was the stuff of which nightmares are made, and Andrew Tye was made to suffer more than anyone.
Morgan hit six of them and, for good measure, went past Ian Bell as England's all-time record ODI runscorer. It was his fourth ton in last six innings.
Moeen, who was dropped from the Test team after a hugely hard winter in Australia and New Zealand, has taken eight wickets in the first three games of the series, including three today. Aaron Finch, attempting to repeat a six clobbered over long-on, was deceived by one nicely held back by Adil Rashid (Finch, moved into the middle-order to combat spin, has been dismissed by it three times in 13 balls this series) and Marcus Stoinis attempted an unwise second to Bairstow's arm in the deep.
"For us to get bowled out in the 37th over on the best batting track in the world - there were huge missed opportunities there for some of our batters".
"The wicket was still terrific when we batted on it as well". "These are the days when you are like a dad, not a headmaster". This Australia attack, missing at least three first-choice seamers as it is, is not the strongest and the relatively short boundaries meant that, a couple of times, top-edges carried for sixes.
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