UK Batter Johnny Bersto Come forward when his team needs him most Day 3 of the fourth ashes test conducted in Australia In Sydney. Bierstow broke the first century for the visitors of this series in the last game of the day. The right-handed batsman knocked Cummins down on the trailing point to reach the triple-digit limit.
When England lost four wickets in 36 games, Bierstow began to hit the ball.He formed a game-changing 128 running stand for the fifth ticket gate Ben Stokes Turn the momentum back to favor tourists.
However, Stokes (66) and Jose Butler (0) In the last game, they fell consecutively and left England with 173/6, but Bierstow and Mark Wood (39 off 41) The seventh wicket of 81 runs led England’s counterattack.
Bairstow played his 7th century in cricket, ranked second in the game against Australia, and remained unbeaten in 103 games with England unbeaten at 258/7.
For Australia, Scott Bollan (2/25) and Cummins (2/68) each installed two small doors, and Mitchell Stark (1/49), Cameron Green (1/24) and Nathan Lyon (1/71) Everyone picked up a ticket gate.
The following is Twitter’s response:
well played @jbairstow21 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) January 7, 2022
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 7, 2022
— Matt Pryor (@MattPrior13) January 7, 2022
— Lisa Sthalekar (@sthalekar93) January 7, 2022
well done @jbairstow21 The way and reason why he did not participate in the competition is beyond my understanding!A meaningless experiment that had never worked with Butler, had a major impact on Johnny’s testing career #ash
— Nick Compton (@thecompdog) January 7, 2022
— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) January 7, 2022
England is in a long, endless dark tunnel. Oh, they desperately need this ton.
A bit of character.
— Bharat Ramaraji (@Fancricket12) January 7, 2022
The game started on the anniversary of the death of David Bairstow. Jonny’s centenary celebration was full of emotion.Some things are more important than the Ashes series
-Nick Holt (@NHoultCricket) January 7, 2022
It took 3 times and some tests, but the England dressing room finally had a chance to applaud for its own dressing room, and even the Australians were waiting for David Warner to applaud the loudest as Johnny Bierstow walked up the stairs after his brave tons #ash pic.twitter.com/Rqw9IhEEN8
-Bharat Sundaresan (@beastieboy07) January 7, 2022
British cricket players who have made ashes for many centuries on Australian soil this century:
— Nick Savage (@nic_savage1) January 7, 2022
Happy for Bierstow, who has been struggling since Butler’s recall in 2018, the English management sneered at it and was often (unfairly) scorned by fans. This is not all, but for many reasons, few people think that all of this is more important.
— Will Macpherson (@willis_macp) January 7, 2022
Get in the car, Jonny Bierstow. Reached 36-4, dragged England to the follow-up target-and possibly saved the test. Smashed in his hand, he could barely hold the bat, but he was outstandingly tough and showed his unique savage talent. Grinning.
— Ben Jones (@benjonescricket) January 7, 2022
-International Criminal Court (@ICC) January 7, 2022
Wonderful round @jbairstow21 👍❤️🏏
— Max Rushden 💙 (@maxrushden) January 7, 2022
-Adam Collins (@collinsadam) January 7, 2022
— 7Cricket (@7Cricket) January 7, 2022
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