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Hobart Test Day 3:

(Hobart Test Day 3) the tour which started horrifically for the English team ended in the same fashion for them, in the fifth test bowler looked in rhythm and they were able to contain the Australian batter in both innings.

first, they stop Australian batter on 303 runs in the first innings, and in the second innings they stopped Australia on 155 runs but the batters were keen to ruin the efforts of their bowlers.

the target for England was only 271 runs but given the form of their batters Australian team fancied their chances, for the first time in the series English opener gave the start which the England team was looking for.

but little did England knew that soon they will be blown out in the thin air by the Australia bowling attack, England’s opener gave them a solid start of 68 runs, but as soon as Rory Burns got out, the team started their collapse.

after Burns, Zak Crawley got out on the score of 82, after Zak Crawley there was no English batter who was able to score against Australia, the key batters in the first three matches of the series Joe Root and Dawid Malan made 11 and 10 runs respectively.

in the last two matches, both of them failed to score runs and this resulted in one of the worst collapses in England cricket, Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Chris Woakes, and Sam Billings made single-digit scores which increased the problem for the English team.

Once all of them were back in the pavilion it was over for the England team and for Australia it took only 3 days and 38.5 overs to wrap up the fifth and the final test, with winning the fifth test of the series by 4-0 and they will also keep the Ashes trophy in their home.

England cricket needs to revamp their batting in red ball, otherwise a tour like this will become a regular thing for them.




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