The English bowler pegged Australia with three wickets under Hobart’s lights on Saturday night, but the host was 37 with a 152-run lead after a turbulent second day of the fifth ash test. We reached the end of the three games.
8,711 spectators at Bell Reeve Oval witnessed the fall of 17 wickets in one day as Australia was fired at 303 in the opening session and England’s first inning ended at 188 under floodlight in the evening session. Did.
It’s time for England to get rid of David Warner for the second duck in the match, Marnus Slavshagne for five, and Usman Kawaja for eleven, as the bowler he visited started to move and bounce off the pink ball. Was still there.
Warner was fired by Stuart Broad for the 14th time in the test as Seamer became England’s most prolific bowler in the ash test on his 129th wicket. Steve Smith, who scored 17 goals, and Scott Borland, an undefeated night watchman at 3, will reopen on Sunday to build Australia’s lead and put the host on the track to conclude Series 4-0.
Pat Cummins was the pioneer of the Australian attack, leading 45-4. England’s batting has collapsed again in the face of an unlimited pace. England got off to a disastrous start with Rory Burns running out of just two runs on the board. And no British batter seemed to tourists to approach the second century of the series.
David Malan (25) and his captain Joe Root (34) have put together a 49-run partnership that seems to bring some solidity to England’s innings, but Cummins put both in short order. I rejected it.
Chris Walks was dropped twice at 36 and Sam Billings recorded a solid 29 in his first test inning before being caught by Borland in Cameron Green’s bowling.
Australian spinner Nathan Lion was unable to deliver a ball in England’s innings due to Paceman’s receipt of the baggage, but missed a spectacular catch when he defeated Ben Stokes at 4. did.
Lyon also contributed to 31 runs, including three 6s, as Australian tailors lost the last four wickets in the opening session and added 62 runs.
England’s efforts were not helped early by the lack of bowlers, as Olly Robinson was still suffering from back cramps forced to leave the field on Friday. Seamer returned to the bowl in the evening session.
Ali Martin’s report from Hobert to follow
Pat Cummins leads Ash’s charge and Australia skittles England again | Ash 2021-22
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