South Australia Travis Hyde On the second day, he performed desperately and silenced his critics with an amazing century The first Ash test for England is underway In Gabba.
Head, which is included in the end of the last XI Usman Hawaja Questioned by many former Australian greats, the opportunity was realized by smashing the third fastest hundred people in the history of ashes. Head has reached triple digits after only 85 deliveries.
Hundreds of fastest ashes (by ball):
Adam Gilchrist – 57 goals, Perth 2006
Gilbert Jessop – 76 balls, oval 1902
Travis Hyde* – 85 goals, Brisbane, 2021
Ian Bothham – 86 goals, Manchester 1981
Ian Bothham – 87 goals, Leeds 1981
Hyde and the captain added a crucial 70 runs Pat Cummins After the England bowler returned in the middle of the day, the seventh wicket kept the hosts ahead.Australia lost Cummins, which was the last wicket to fall on the second day, because the hosts defeated Head (no 112) and Mitchell Stark (10 no) At the crease, it leads England 196 times.
Earlier, Australia lost the first game to start the second day Marcus Harris (3) In the sixth of their first game. Then, David Warner (94) and Manus Labuchagne (74) Pairing puts the host in a strong position. Before Labushchagne was knocked down after being knocked down by Jack Leech in the 48th inning, the two continued to add 155 runs to the second wicket.
Steve Smith Only 12 years after being removed by Mark Wood, Warner, which should have reached the three-digit mark, was cancelled Ollie RobinsonDelivery is slower after drinking tea.England sealer then cleaned up Cameron Green Provide combos for a golden duck.Newcomer Alex Carey Can only score 12 points before pulling the ball Chris Walkers Ended his game.
The following is Twitter’s response:
Bow Travis Head, bow! ! !excellent
— Aaron Finch (@AaronFinch5) December 9, 2021
This is a very special game from Travis Head… #ash T we will remember for a long time…
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 9, 2021
A very popular century, from a popular centurion. @travishead34 In the past two hours, the locker rooms in Australia, especially Manus Rabchagne and Steve Smith, stood up, and when he raised the bat in Gabba, they burst into unison. #ash pic.twitter.com/1nkUKwcKTT
-Bharat Sundaresan (@beastieboy07) December 9, 2021
— Cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 9, 2021
Among Australians, only Gilchrist (3x), Warner (3x), Gregory and Hayden scored faster than Hyde’s 85 goals #ash
— Adam Burnett (@AdamBurnett09) December 9, 2021
For the lads on the scene, it was a long and challenging day.
Australia leads 195 times on the stump.
-England Cricket (@englandcricket) December 9, 2021
one #ash Hundreds in Gabba and what it means🔥
-International Criminal Court (@ICC) December 9, 2021
— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) December 9, 2021