Australia vs England, 4th Test – day2 highlights, Australia all out on 327 runs on the second day of the fourth Test between England and Australia,
Captain Steve Smith and Shaun Marsh combined together only 16 runs ahead of 244 that Captain Steve Smith was bowled out by the new bowler Tom Curren.
Captain Steve Smith scored just 10 runs off 65 runs in his personal score of 76 runs
The previous day’s unbeaten batsmen, Shaun Marsh, could not do anything today and were out for just 61 runs.
Apart from Captain Smith and Shaun Marsh, only team pans were the only batsmen who scored 24 runs
After that, the English bowlers strengthened their grip and all the Australians were all out for 327 runs
English bowler James Anderson hit three wickets and his assistant bowler Stuart Broad took four wickets.
Both of these bowlers today did not allow any Australian batsman to stay on the field 24 runs and someone else to 4 runs, and one run and someone out for 0 and delivered his team to a stronger position.
English bowler James Anderson took three wickets and his assistant bowler Stuart Broad took four wickets.
Apart from mass conservation and Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes took 2 wickets and new bowler Tom Curren took one wicket
As a result of the strong bowling attack of England, Australia’s team could add only 83 runs to their total and were all out for 327 runs.
Chasing 327, England started well today and Alastair Cook and Mark Stoneman got off to open for England
Mark Stoneman, who came with Alastair Cook, was just out on 15 runs
However, Alastair Cook is still standing and batting continuously at 85 he hits 12 fours
After Stoneman was out, James Vince came to bat and he scored only 17 runs and gone LBW out by Hezlewood.
After James Vince was dismissed, the captain Joe Root came to bat and handled the innings with Alastair Cook
Opener Alastair Cook has reached his century just 9 runs away from his century
Meanwhile, Alastair Cook scored a century
Smith to Cook, four, there it is! Look at the joy on his face, he knew how badly he wanted to 32nd Test ton for Cook
England have scored 192 runs in 57 overs and they have two wickets each, Alastair Cook, who had started opening, has scored a hundred now, he is playing 103
The English captain Joe Root showed good batting and is playing on 45
England have so far scored 164 runs in the 50-over loss of 2 wickets and still, they are 163 runs behind Australia
Most successful bowlers, Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon, took one wicket each from Australia
Lyon dismissed Stone Man while Hedgewood sent James Vince back to the pavilion
ENG 192/2 (57.0 Ovs) CRR: 3.37
Day 2: Stumps – England trail by 135 runs