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ADELAIDE, Australia (Reuters) – Josh Hazlewood snuffed out England’s hopes of a remarkable second Ashes Test triumph with two wickets in the first 16 balls of the final day as Australia wrapped up a 120-run victory in brilliant sunshine at Adelaide Oval yesterday. England, with six wickets in hand, needed 178 runs to win the maiden day-night Ashes
The England captain clashed with wicketkeeper Tim Paine, angrily pointing the bat at the Tasmanian during a heated exchange of words in the final session. It came as frustration mounted for Australia, who have no reviews left for the match after burning them both in a matter of minutes. Bowling coach David Saker later admitted they had erred in the
A late surge from England reduced Australia to 53 for four in their second innings at the Adelaide Oval, but they still hold a substantial lead of 268 runs. Earlier, England limped to 227 all out with Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon doing the damage. But their hosts opted not to enforce the follow on, and Jimmy Anderson and Chris Woakes took two wic
Unbeaten centurion Shaun Marsh batted Australia into a position of dominance before Mitchell Starc further battered England's confidence, leaving the hosts on top after two days of the pink-ball Ashes test.Asked to bat first at Adelaide Oval, Australia embarrassed and infuriated England's attack by compiling 8(dec)-442 in an innings that spanned 14
Once tagged as a player who couldn’t convert hundreds into big scores, Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli has now slammed six double centuries in 18 months. (HIGHLIGHTS)After an unbeaten 104 on a seaming Kolkata track and 213 in Nagpur, Virat Kohli scored 243 at the Ferozeshah Kotla on Sunday.India bowling coach Bharat Arun attributes his succ
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