England won the last Test of the Ashes at Kennington Oval. Australia were all out for 263 runs in the fourth inning to chase down the target 399 run. As a result, England won the tiniest of Ashes with a huge victory of 135 runs. But not the match-winning Englishmen, the touring Australians celebrated with the Ashes trophy after the match.
No, the Australians haven’t won the series since losing the match. The Englishmen behind have saved the series. That is why the English have to do the festival. But this year’s series is a draw, but Ashesta remains in the Australian side to win the previous series. Matthew Wade’s team celebrated the Ashes by holding the match at the Oval Field.
Australia had to score 399 runs in the fourth inning. To chase this huge goal, one had to do something special. Steven Smith could have been the one who was saying the continuation of the series.
Smith himself may have dreamed of something similar. But the cricket god who was sitting in the dark wanted something else. He also met his own request. Whether it be the cricket god or not, Smith, who is in incredible rhythm, is out for only 23 runs in the last innings.
Former Australian captain has spent the Ashesta dream like this. Of the 6 innings played before tomorrow, the minimum collection is 80, maximum 211.His 6 innings were 144,142,92,211,82 and 80. It was natural for Australians to dream of another century that was such an incredible series.
Even when Smith returned, he was a wicketkeeper with his role. Captain Matthew Wade scored a century. But wins away, Wade’s 117-run innings did not spread the scent of winning at the Australian camp. Because of the failure of other batsmen. Except for Wade, no one in Australia has been able to straighten the English bowlers in the face of the cannon. Despite the century at Fruit Wade, Australia’s racing halted at 250 plus.
In the last innings, the duo had basically destroyed the Australians with the ball. Stuart Broad and Jack Leach. Both of them picked up eight wickets each. Skipper Joe Root also gave them qualified help with two wickets.
Not just saving the series. The Ashes have won the Oval as part of the ICC Test Championship. Ashes scored 48 points for both teams.