England vs Australia Ashes 2019 Highlights
England vs Australia The first Test match is being played at Birmingham’s Edgbaston. Australia won the toss and decided to bat first England started well and Australia got the first blow on 2 runs.
Steven Smith, who returned to white jersey after almost a year and a half, saved an impressive 144-run thrashing against Australia on low scores on Thursday, on the first day of the first Ashes Test, being played at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground. It was also difficult for Australians to cross 150, but Smith held one end and gave Australia a score of 284 in the first innings. Stuart Broad, who took five wickets for England, smashed Smith out to Australia all out.
Nathan Lyon remained unbeaten on 12 runs. Smith faced 219 balls and hit 16 fours and two sixes. By the end of the day’s play, England scored 10 runs without losing wickets in two overs. His Jason Roy (6) and Rory Burns (4) ‘s opening pair returned unbeaten the first day. Australia captain Tim Penn decided to bat first before winning the toss. Broad and Chris Woakes spoiled the hospitality of the visiting team and already got three wickets in the session. Smith had already stepped in the session. In the second session England bowlers became dominant. In this session, Australia lost five more wickets.
The Australians, who lost their eight wickets at 122 runs, were finding it difficult, but Smith stood out for trouble on England at one end. They were pushing the innings very wisely. In this effort, Peter Siddle (44) gave him the best support. The two shared a 88-run partnership for the ninth wicket together.
In the third season of Siddle, Moin Ali made his prey. Siddle faced 85 balls in his innings and hit four fours. When Siddle was out, Smith was on 85 and it seemed that he could not complete the century. Australia Vs England England Vs Australia
Although they got together with Nathan Lyon. Smith completed his century in the 73rd over threw by Ben Stokes. His total of 24th in this Test and 9th in the Ashes series.
Together with Lion, he was continuously moving the team’s scoreboard. The last wicket was left and after completing the century, Smith became aggressive. They played some big shots but eventually got bold on the ball. He shared a 74-run partnership for the 10th wicket with Lion. In addition to Broad for England, Woakes took three wickets. Stokes and Ali made their names one wicket each.
In the first session Australia lost to 83 runs and lost three wickets. Smith and Travis were in the process of trying to regain the head, but in the second session Australia lost their first wicket as head. Headman who scored 35 runs became the victim of the WOX on 99 overall score. He shared a 64-run fourth-wicket partnership with Smith.
England continued to take wickets consecutively. England Wade (1), Captain Tim Paen (5), James Pattinson (0) and Pat Cummins (5) were sent to England by the bowling bowlers to put the visiting team under pressure. Earlier, Australia decided to bat first before winning the toss. Broad did not let him get a good start and David Warner (2), who came back after nearly one and a half years, made an elbow for the total of two. Cameron Bancroft also could not make the return meaningful. He also became a victim of Broad. Joe Root, who scored eight runs on the slip, scored on the total score of 17. Vox gave Australia a third blow to the total of 35. This time, Usman Khawaja had to return to the pavilion on the personal score of 13.
11.15 PM: Australia’s first innings is reduced to 284 runs. Steve Smith scored 144 runs.
10.30 PM: Steve Smith has scored a magnificent century from Australia. This is his 24th century of Test career.
10.15 PM: Australia’s ninth wicket dropped by 210 runs. Peter Siddle has been dismissed by 44 runs.
09.45 PM: Australia has surpassed 200 runs on Steve Smith’s tally. He is very close to his century.
09.25 PM: Steve Smith and Pieddi Siddle pair have become a headache for England. Between the two, a partnership of 68 runs has been done for the ninth wicket.
PM 08k40: K After tea, the Australian team’s score of 57 overs was 169 runs losing 8 wickets.
08.10 PM: Australia’s score is 154 runs at T-Baker’s eight-wicket loss. Steve Smith is unbeaten with 66 runs
07.30 PM: The condition is very thin in Australia’s match. The team has lost eight wickets. Chris Woakes and Stuart Bond shared seven wickets each. Ben Stokes took one wicket.
07.15 PM: The Australia team is continuing to fall. The team lost the seventh wicket as James Pattinson. He sent Stuart Broad back to the pavilion.
07.10 PM: Australia’s condition has worsened in this match. He lost his sixth wicket on 112.
07.05 PM: Half of Australians have returned back to the pavilion. Steve Smith is alone on the crease at the crease at the moment.
06.45 PM: Australia’s 100 runs have been completed. Steve Smith has scored 34 runs in the crease. Australia’s fourth wicket in the form of Travis’s head dropped.
06.15 PM: After lunch the game has started. Steve Smith and Travis have come to bat on the crease.
05.40 PM: After three wickets in Australia, the partnership between Steve Smith and Travis Head has been done. Both have so far partnership of 48 runs.
04.45 PM: Australia’s condition is bad at the moment. Chris Wolf has dismissed Usman Khawaja for a third blow to Australia.
04.36 PM: Drinks have been taken at this time. Australia score 30 runs at the loss of two wickets after 13 overs. Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith are unbeaten on the crease.
04.15 PM: England’s veteran batsman Stuart Broad gave Australia another blow to Cameron Bancroft, caught by Captain Joe Root, giving England another success.
04.00 PM: After six overs Australia score 12 runs on a wicket loss.
03.45 PM: Australia have suffered a major setback in the fourth over. Team openers David Warner returned to the pavilion after being bowled by Stuart Broad off LBW.
03.30 PM: Australia’s innings has started David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are on the crease for the team.
03.00 PM: Australia have decided to bat first before winning the toss in this match.
Australia: David Warner, Cameron Bancroft, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Matthew Wade, Tim Penn (captain), James Pattinson, Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle, Nathan Lion.
England: Rory Burns, Jason Roy, Joe Root (captain), Joe Denly, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Johnny Bairstow, Moin Ali, Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.