England fail at Old Trafford, Ashes Trophy ensures Australian capture

England fail at Old Trafford, Ashes Trophy ensures Australian capture

Manchester: Australia secure the Ashes Trophy, beating England by 185 runs in the fourth Test to take an unassailable 2-1 lead in the series. The English team chasing 383 runs out for 197 runs, the hosts side resisted 83 overs on the last day to save the sinking boat, Joey Denley 53 and Jose Butler with 34 runs, Pat Cummins four most important. Take wickets, Josh Hazelwood and Nathan Lyon also played 2, 2 wickets. According to details, Australia beat England by 185 runs in the fourth Ashes Test at Manchester's Old Trafford Stadium, with a 2-1 unbeaten lead in the series as the Kangaroos captured the Ashes Trophy. Done.

The hosts will not win the trophy in the next match. Australia's success was again played by Steven Smith, who scored a double century in the first inning and 82 in the second inning. Earlier, the 383-run target for the English team began in a disappointing manner when its two wickets fell to zero, but Joey Denley and Jason Rowe saved England from any further loss by the end of the fourth day. The last day started with the English team 18 runs 2 wickets, but when the total was 66, the overnight pair was broken.
This time also Pete Cummins gave his team a chance to rejoice, his full length ball wiping at stumps between Jason Roy's bat and pad, Roy scored 31 off 67 balls, including four fours. Were included The Headingley Test's hero Ben Stokes landed on the shoulders with expectations but after only one run he had to return to the pavilion, with Cummins' ball slipping into the gloves of wicketkeeper Tim Pan touching his bat, The fifth wicket fell on 93 balls when the second overnight batsman was caught in the hands of Dennis Nathan Lyon's short-legged Marlins Lubesky.

He faced 123 balls and scored 53 runs with 6 fours. Jonny Beer Stowe and Jose Butler started playing time instead of playing openly, both playing comfortably, taking the Totals to 138 but Mitchell Starc broke the pair, on their strong appeal to Jonny Beer Stowe to LBW. Declared, he tried to save himself by taking a review but his attempt was not successful, thus leaving the field with an individual score of 25. Now Butler teamed up with Craig Overton to try to convert him into Honey, but he was bowled over by Josh Hazel Wood.

He scored 34 off 111 balls with 4 fours. In the next over, Nathan Lyon lofted Joffra Archer on one run, Overton continued to resist with newcomer Jack Leach, both for about 14 overs. Together, the Kangaroo Bowlers added to the festurization, eventually the 196 set-up wreaked havoc with Leach making Mathew Wade's catch, he scored 12 runs on 51 balls, one over after Hazel Wood made his innings. He finished with 21 runs, but he faced 105 balls before being LBW. With that, England's second innings finished with 197 runs. Pat Cummins took 4 wickets while Josh Hazel Wood and Nathan Lyon took 2 wickets.