After beating England with a score of 147 on the first day, the Australian team took a 196-point lead at Gabba Stadium in Brisbane on the second day.Although the hosts lost to Oli Robinson’s opener earlier in the day, Marcus Harris, David Warner and Manus Labuchagne To ensure that they surpassed England’s scoring in 156 games.
The England team tried to make a comeback after breaking the partnership between Warner and Rabchagne, who was hit by Mark Wood with 74 of 117 balls while Jack Leach was bowling.
Wood later threw a short bowling ball, forcing the batter to scratch behind the stump, freeing England’s nemesis Steve Smith.
David Warner missed 100 points and 6 points
However, Warner showed great intentions with the bat, giving his wicket to Robinson, cutting it into the midfield, and Stokes swooping forward to bag the ball. Warner trailed 6 times in his 25th Test.
As England seemed to have found their motivation, South Australia’s batsman Travis Hyde launched a counterattack against them.
The left-hander mainly made a series of shots against Ben Stokes and Jack Leach to make his third test 100 (first among the ashes) out of 85 balls. Hyde remained unbeaten in 112 games as he plundered 12 four-pointers and several six-pointers to revitalize Australia’s innings.
Hyde participated in a 70-run stand with his captain Pat Cummins, and he just added 12 runs to the seventh wicket in their league.
Travis Hyde supports himself: David Warner
Warner cheered Hyde’s belligerent knock on the door and said that he supported himself in justifying his choice before Usman Kavaja.
“They played well, didn’t they? They hit the target in a short time. There are smiles on our faces. What an interesting game for Travis Hyde,” Warner told the official broadcaster at the end of the next day’s game.
“For him personally, this must be there. There was a fierce battle with him and Uzzie, but to come out in his way, that is Travis Head as we know it. He supports himself and supports his field, And left under the name 112,” he added.
The England team missed their senior bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad because they were both replaced in the first game. So far, Robinson (3/48) has played the best result for the England team.