England Finally Followed Steve Smith After his Comeback

England finally followed Steve Smith, but two years after his comeback test, Australia led a potentially coincidental win at Sunday's re-opening of Edgbaston. Ash Holder Australia did not have James Anderson in the car in the 356-5 (ahead of 266 games) on the fourth day to win the test series for the first time in 18 years.

Australian national team after

Smith played 142 games in the first test of the Australian national team after a 12-month ban on the offensive scandal in South Africa in 144 years. Matthew Wade was not nearly 86 years old with Smith at 126 on the fifth wicket. Edgbaston made the side at least once in four innings to beat the test. Steve Waugh (1997 and Old Trafford's 108 and 116) and Matthew Hayden (197 and 1912), who were not in Adelaide, and Warren Burlesley (1909 elliptical, 1909) 103 of Brisbane, 2002-03).

Smith played third in the group stage against England striker Broadway (27, Manchester United). He took off his batting helmet and congratulated him on his way to the Australian room, waving a bat. And while applause from the packed crowd, Smith said of an emotional press conference after Smith was sent home from South Africa in Sydney, "We saw you crying on TV, weeping on television.

I think he's almost in a state of trance when he goes to bat," Australian Captain Wow said in an interview with Channel Nine. He knows exactly what he is going to do, he knows exactly what the opposition is going to do, he analyzes all the ball and it's like a computer," he said, "the Australian team mentor.

Joe Root, a captain in England, had a part-time break and demanded a wicket at Joe Denly's occasional footsteps in a sloppy way. Weights Kiefer Wade (70), a professional hitter with Australian captain Tim Paine, overturned the 70-ball 50-man battle.

Review showed the ball climbing

Wade had Wilson giving lbw to Broad at age 69, but his review showed the ball climbing to the top of the stump. But the new ball eventually gave England the wicket they longed for. Seamer Chris Woakes has been shipped to get out of the stump, with Smith driving a ticket to Kini Jonny Bairstow. The game ended just 34 points when Australia restarted at 124-3, while Smith scored 46 points and Travis Head 21 points undefeated.

Smith, who had a concussion on his head after being hit by a Ben Stokes guard on Saturday, scored more than 1,000 points during his last ten ashes. England once again paid attention to Broad, who brought 5-86 in the first inning. They led the offensive in the absence of Anderson, the test-winner of Manchester United. Anderson had four overshoots in Australia's first 284 innings before collapsing with a calf injury.

Scoreboard

Australia (1st Innings) 284 (S.P.D. Smith 144, P.M. Siddle 44; S. C.J. Broad 5-86, C.R. Woakes 3-58).

ENGLAND (1st Innings) 374 (R. J. Burns 133, J.E.Root 57, B.A. Stokes 50, P. J. Cummins 3-84, N. M. Lyon 3-112).

Australia (2 innings, overnight 134-3)
  • C.T. Bancroft C Butler b Moeen 7
  • D.A. Warner c Bairstow b Broad 8
  • U.T. Khawaja c Bairstow b Stokes 40
  • S.P.D. Smith Ibauus 142
  • T.M. Head c Bairstow b Stokes 51
  • Mississippi wade out out 86
  • T. Paine not out 7
  • EXTRAS (B-7, LB-1, W-3, NB-4) 15
  • TOTAL (5 weeks, 89 weeks) 356
  • Fall of WKTS: 1-13, 2-27, 3-75, 4-205, 5-331.
BOWLING (current): Broad 18-2-68-1 (1w); Woakes 13-1-46-1 (1w); Moeen Ali 24-0-107-1 (1nB); Route 8-1-32-0; Stokes 15-3-49-2 (3 nb, 1 w); Denny 11-1-46-0.
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