Australia go 2-0 up amid controversy

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's
Persistent drizzle delayed the start of play by an hour, and when the match eventually began, David Warner was forced to retire hurt in the first over, after being smacked on the thumb by a Steven Finn bouncer© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesPersistent drizzle delayed the start of play by an hour, and when the match eventually began, David Warner was forced to retire hurt in the first over, after being smacked on the thumb by a Steven Finn bouncer
Joe Burns had a promising start before he was bowled through the gate by Finn for 22© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesJoe Burns had a promising start before he was bowled through the gate by Finn for 22
Steven Smith and George Bailey got together, adding 99 to drive the visitors ahead© Associated Press
© Associated PressSteven Smith and George Bailey got together, adding 99 to drive the visitors ahead
The steady partnership came to an end in the 29th over when Moeen Ali bowled Bailey© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesThe steady partnership came to an end in the 29th over when Moeen Ali bowled Bailey
Five overs later, Smith was undone by Adil Rashid© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesFive overs later, Smith was undone by Adil Rashid
Glenn Maxwell played an enterprising innings, his 38-ball 49 setting up a strong platform for a late onslaught© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesGlenn Maxwell played an enterprising innings, his 38-ball 49 setting up a strong platform for a late onslaught
Mitchell Marsh provided the much-needed thrust for the visitors as 96 runs were scored in the last 10 overs to set England a target of 310© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesMitchell Marsh provided the much-needed thrust for the visitors as 96 runs were scored in the last 10 overs to set England a target of 310
England made a bright start in a stiff chase, striking plenty of boundaries in the first 10 overs. In spite of Alex Hales' dismissal, the hosts scored 57 in the first 10© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesEngland made a bright start in a stiff chase, striking plenty of boundaries in the first 10 overs. In spite of Alex Hales' dismissal, the hosts scored 57 in the first 10
James Taylor kept England on course with a gritty 57-ball 43© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesJames Taylor kept England on course with a gritty 57-ball 43
However, Australia's bowlers chipped away with regular wickets, keeping the run-rate in check© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesHowever, Australia's bowlers chipped away with regular wickets, keeping the run-rate in check
Controversy descended upon Lord's as Ben Stokes was given out by the third umpire for obstructing the field in the 26th over© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesControversy descended upon Lord's as Ben Stokes was given out by the third umpire for obstructing the field in the 26th over
Eoin Morgan kept England afloat as wickets tumbled around him© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesEoin Morgan kept England afloat as wickets tumbled around him
Morgan and Liam Plunkett added 55 for the ninth wicket in 21 balls but Starc removed Plunkett in the 42nd over, effectively killing the chase© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesMorgan and Liam Plunkett added 55 for the ninth wicket in 21 balls but Starc removed Plunkett in the 42nd over, effectively killing the chase
Morgan holed out to long-off in the 42nd over as Australia completed a 64-run victory to go 2-0 up in the series© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesMorgan holed out to long-off in the 42nd over as Australia completed a 64-run victory to go 2-0 up in the series

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