Australia has defeated England by 275 runs in the 2nd test match to gain 2-0 lead in the Ashes series.
Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Aussies batting first declared their innings on 473 and England got out on 236. Aussies declared their second innings on 230 and then bowled out England on 192 to win the match by 275 runs.
Jhye Richardson grabbed 5 wickets in the second innings and helped bowled out England quickly.
Marnus Labuschagne was awarded with the player of the match award for his amazing century in the first innings followed by the half century in the second.
Australia’s early attack
England lost their four wickets by the end of stump day 4 on the score of 82.
Ben Stokes along with Ollie Pope came to start the innings for England on the final day of the test match.
England needed to bat for 90 overs to save this test match and on the other hand Aussies were in need of just 6 wickets.
Mitchell Starc started the Aussie attack as he dismissed Ollie Pope in just the third over of the day.
He got out after scoring just 4 runs of 7 balls.
Ben Stokes was then joined by Jos Buttler to progress the scoreboard.
Nathan Lyon ended their small partnership of 19 runs as he dismissed Ben Stokes in the 57th over.
He got out after scoring 12 runs of 77 balls. Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon gave England really early blows in the game.
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