Ashes Day-Night Test AUS vs ENG England bowled out Australia for 303 in first innings in ongoing fifth and final Ashes Test – Latest Cricket News


England bowled Australia out for a total of 303 in the first innings in the fifth and final Ashes Test, thanks to three wickets each from Stuart Broad and Mark Wood. Australia started the second day’s play with a score of 241 for their 6 wickets in the night. Travis Head made a comeback after being found Corona positive and scored a brilliant century of 101 runs, while young Cameron Green played an excellent innings of 74 runs. Chris Woakes and Ollie Robinson also took two wickets each.

Earlier, England, trailing 0-3 in the series, won the toss in Hobart and decided to field first. England’s decision seemed right till the time Australia lost their three wickets by 12 runs. David Warner was dismissed without opening the account, while Usman Khawaja, who scored a century in both the innings of the previous match, did not like the opening and became the victim of Stuart Broad after scoring just six runs. Steven Smith also became a victim of Ollie Robinson without opening an account. Warner was also dismissed by Robinson.

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Head then added 71 runs for the fourth wicket with Marnus Labuschagne. Broad bowled Labuschagne. Labuschagne hit nine fours in 44 off 53 balls. Head then added 121 runs for the fifth wicket with Cameron Green to get Australia out of trouble. Head, after completing his century, was dismissed by Chris Woakes. Head hit 12 fours in 101 runs off 113 balls. Green became the victim of Mark Wood after scoring 74 runs in 109 balls with the help of eight fours.

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