Ashes Former captains michael Vaughan and ian Botham embarrassed by England abject surrender


Melbourne. Former Captain Michael Vaughan (Michael Vaughan) and Ian Botham (Ian Botham) In the ongoing Ashes series, England are feeling embarrassed because of their easy knees. Australia registered a win by an innings and 14 runs on the third day of the third Test in the first session by dismissing England for 68 in the second innings. Australia (Australia vs England) took a 3-0 lead in the series. History of the Ashes (Ashes Series) This is the record for the fastest series win by any team.

Michael Vaughan said that he would not be surprised if the team led by Joe Root loses on their soil in 2023. He said, “It is not an easy time. England’s preparation was not good but if you want to make excuses then you can. This team has not been performing well for some time. The focus is on limited overs cricket and this team has won the World Cup. But the preparation has not been that solid in Test cricket.

Michael Vaughan further said, “The way they are playing, it will not be a surprise if Australia beat England on their soil in 2023.” While one of the best all-rounders of his time, Ian Batham said. That the England team has gone astray. He told Seven Network, “I am embarrassed. Losing the Ashes within twelve days is a shame. The England team has lost its way. We need to introspect.”

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After the historic series win, Australia captain Pat Cummins said that his team would try to win the series 5-0. He said, “The Ashes series has a deep impact on your Test career and it is an opportunity to start cementing your identity.” On the other hand, England captain Joe Root said, “We need to come back strong and win the next two matches. Will have to try.

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