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Ashes 2021-22, AUS vs ENG: England in trouble ahead of the 2nd Test, Here’s what Cricketing legends said about it

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Australia is clashing against England in the Ashes series and won the first Test match by 9 wickets and a day remaining.

England witnessed the collapse of their batting order as they lost 8 wickets on the fourth day.

Aussies chased the 20 runs target at loss of 1 wicket and won the match with 9 wickets remaining.

Cricketing Legends has pointed the mistakes and drawbacks English side will be facing ahead in the series.

Cricket Legends on England

Australia after their win against England at the Gabba test has secured their win streak in the day and night test matches.

Aussies are u defeated in this format ever since it was introduced back in 2015.

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Another record that will sound disappointing to England and their fans is that Aussies has won every Ashes after winning the test at Brisbane, the last time they loss the Ashes after that was back in 1955.

Former English Skipper Michael Atherton has blamed the English squad for the faliure and being out batted and out bowled.

He said the England’s batting line-up is too much dependant on their skipper Joe Root and is constantly failing to perform.

Atherton said if we look at England’s performance in the last couple of test they have become too reliant on Root, Root’s performance is great for the team but being too reliant on him is not.

If you count out the single partnership between Malan and Joe Root, English side were on the back foot throughout.

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Alistair Cook, the former English skipper said the wet weather during the build-up of the game did not help.

He said Australia were at some advantage no matter how much we say that they faced similar issues.

Alistair Cook shared some stats saying that the Australian batsmen has faced over 3600 deliveries following the English summer and on the other hand England’s top order hasn’t even faced a quarter of that.

Former Australian Captain and batting legend Ricky Ponting made a statement that England will be facing a complete whitewash ahead in Ashes.

Joe Root
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This can only be confirmed by time, if this statement will turn out to be true or not but he said leaving both Anderson and Broad out was a foolish move.

England would be looking forward to comeback strong in the Oval test and keep their chances alive in the tournament.

Aussies squad is facing some issue with injuries but would be looking forward to continue the dominant performance.

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Multi-media Journalist, Nikhil works as a Sub-Editor at The Vocal News. A sports enthusiast, who loves to follow and write about sports - Cricket, Football, Tennis, WWE, and many others. He is also a Movie cum Sports enthusiast and enjoys music. He has done Graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication from Chaudhary Charan Singh University.

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