AUS vs ENG, 2nd Test: Australia take an unassailable 2-0 lead in Ashes series, After winning the match by O-Wicket in the first test match against the England team, the Australian team once again won the second test match in Adelaide with the best style.
The Australian team has managed to beat the England team by 275 runs in their Day-Night Test match played. Let us tell you that Australia’s team has played a total of 9 Day-Night Test matches so far and it has won the entire match itself.
In the second test match, the Australian team maintained a consistent lead over the England team from the first day to the fifth day and with this the match was also won. With this victory, Australia’s team has now taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the Ashes series. Now the third match of this Test series is going to be played from 26 December.
AUS vs ENG, 2nd Test, England’s team got a very difficult target of 468 runs –
In the second test match of the Ashes series, Australia had given England a huge target of 468 runs, in response to which England’s team was reduced to 192 runs while chasing the target. Before that, let us tell you that Australia had scored 473 runs in the first innings while beating the bowlers of England team. Had done it.
Accordingly, Australia had managed to take a huge lead of 237 runs over England on the basis of first innings. Australia then declared their innings at 230 for 9 in their second innings and gave England the target.
In such a situation, in the second innings for Australia, young bowler Jhye Richardson took 5, Irrational and Lyon took two wickets each while Michael Neser took one wicket. The same Australian bowlers were successful in getting Starc 4, Lyon three, Cameron Green two while Nesser was successful in the first.
Any England batsman failed to touch the figure of 50 –
The England team collapsed while batting in the second innings and the biggest reason for this was that any player from England had failed to score big. In the second innings for England, the highest 44 runs came from the bat of Chris Woakes.
Josh Butler’s bat made 26 runs while opener Burns scored 34 runs. Captain Joe Root 20 and Dawid Malan 20 did not even get big scores with the bat. Similarly, England’s entire innings collapsed after crossing the score of just 190 runs.