inside The first ashes test between Australia and the UK, The hosts achieved an unforgettable nine-door victory in the ongoing five-game series, leading 1-0.
England started the 4th day of the game with a strong overnight score of 220/2.team leader Jorgen And top batter David Maran It seems to be the saviour of tourists on the third day of the competition.
However, the two previously only added three points to the total number of English Nathan Lyon His 326-day wait at the 400th test wicket was ended by firing Malan 82.Soon, the captain Root was cancelled by the Australian all-around player Cameron Green For 89 further damage to tourists.
As Malan and Rutte fell in succession, it opened the floodgates as England lost their seven wickets in 77 runs and was eliminated on 297 times. This gave Australia a trivial amount of 20 wins. Target.
Lyon took Maran’s ticket gate to his 400th gate and was sent back. Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson with Mark Wood Finished his four wickets in the second game.Except for Lyon, the captain Pat Cummins (2/51) and Green (2/23) each picked up two wickets, and Mitchell Stark (1/77) and Josh Hadswood (1/32) Each bag contains a ticket gate.In their chase, Australia lost Alex Carey (9) The home team scored 20 goals in the first 9 wickets to win.
Earlier, Cummins scored his first fifer in the ashes, helping Australia beat England with 147 points in the first game, and then responded with a huge 425 points. In the first article, Travis Head shines with batsHe scored 152 points in just 148 shots, helping his team reach a large total.Except the beginning batter David WarnerHe did not appear on the court on the 3rd and 4th days and was unable to hit the ball in the second game due to a rib injury. He scored 94 points, marking his longest return.
The following is Twitter’s response:
— Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) December 11, 2021
— Lisa Sthalekar (@sthalekar93) December 11, 2021
Congratulations to Nathan Lyon for the 400th test wicket. He is an excellent bowler with extraordinary skills. He became the 17th player to reach a milestone in the men’s cricket test, becoming the only other Australian player along with Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath. #ash pic.twitter.com/f72Gdk3ziN
-VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) December 11, 2021
Nathan Lyon was stuck on 399 test wickets for 326 days and finally found a breakthrough on Saturday, but the sideliner missed the opportunity to get the coveted 400th scalp 24 hours ago : https://t.co/2ZZNTL2atk#ash @newscomauHQ
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— Nick Savage (@nic_savage1) December 11, 2021
-Alison Mitchell (@AlisonMitchell) December 11, 2021
The best player of the game.
The first player in test history to score 100 in a Gabba game.
Most of the captures in test history when it debuted.
What a test 😍 pic.twitter.com/Uwblt92K9D
— SACA News (@SACAnews) December 11, 2021
The almost complete performance from Australia put them in a zero lead in the series #ash
— Cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 11, 2021
Australia wins the first test 👏👏
🇦🇺 1 – 0 🇬🇧
Go to Adelaide! pic.twitter.com/TRSjIwupjK
-Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) December 11, 2021
Failed in the first Ash test.
-England Cricket (@englandcricket) December 11, 2021
Alex Carey is the first player to receive the ball 8 times in the test debut
-Swamp (@sirswampthing) December 11, 2021