A sizzling unbeaten ton from the English batsman, Alex Hales converted an impossible task into a great success while chasing a huge target set by Sri Lanka.
The Black Caps won an important encounter which went in their favour, without doing too much due to rain while England was at the receiving end.
A thundering knock from the England opener, Alex Hales, followed by a splendid bowling from their bowlers let down the touring Australia in the second T20.
A sparkling maiden T20 century from the spicy Australian opener, Aaron Finch, murdered the hosts England as the visitors clinched the game comfortably.
Alex Hales and Michael Lumb blasted the ordinary looking New Zealand bowling attack as England lifted the three match series 2-1 against the hosts at Wellington.
The New Zealand skipper, Brendon McCullum, punished the English bowlers at will and led his side to a commanding win in the 2nd T20 as the series was squared.
Eoin Morgan reiterated, there is nothing impossible in cricket if one has the courage. He hammered a galactic six on the last ball as England won the match.
The skipper of England, Eoin Morgan was disappointed with the performance of his team after losing vs. India even after getting a rising start from Alex Hales.
South Africa did not panic even after the initial setback as Jacques Kallis and Jean-Paul-Duminy achieved the nominal target set by England in the 1st T20.
England regained the ICC ODI No.1 ranking just after a gap of only one match and beat the strong rivals South Africa convincingly with dedicated team work.