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24 September 2017, 15:09
Moeen Ali smashed a stunning century from just 53 balls as England racked up 369-9 in the third ODI against the Windies.
The all-rounder made the most of the short boundaries at Bristol to hit eight sixes in a knock of 102 from 57 deliveries, although in truth, the rope could have been 20 yards further back and the majority would still have cleared it comfortably.
Click play on the video above to see highlights of Ali's hundred, the second fastest by an England player in ODI cricket, including all eight of his sixes!
Having been put in to bat, England lost Jonny Bairstow (13) early and were stuttering at 74-3 when Alex Hales (34) and Eoin Morgan (0) fell in quick succession.
Joe Root and Ben Stokes countered though and put on 132 for the fourth wicket, both motoring past 50 before Stokes (73 from 63 balls) holed out, looking to push things on once more.
That sparked a mini-collapse as Jos Buttler (2) and Root (84 from 79 balls) were dismissed by Miguel Cummins.
Ali was joined by Chris Woakes with England precariously placed at 217-6 and after a few overs of rebuilding, Ali sprung into life.
Back-to-back sixes brought up his fifty from 41 balls and that was just the start. He took just seven deliveries to move from 60 to 90 as he thumped six maximums in eight deliveries.
Another pair of sixes took him to his ton and although he was caught in the deep soon after, the damage had been done.
Watch the Windies attempt to chase down 370 in the third ODI, live on Sky Sports Cricket.
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