The Unbeaten Marcus Labuschagne and Steve Smith headed towards the crease. Australia was 212 for two wickets in 89 overs of Play.
The Australian starts positive on the second day of Play; Steve Smith scores a classic off drive against Anderson in the third ball on Day 2. “The Crowd Cheers and Chaps all Around For the Australian Captain”
Australia started aggressively and quickly scored boundaries to score on a big total and get some wickets of the English side before the end of day 2.
Labuschagne was unbeaten at 99 in the last game, finally scored a fine hundred. “Labuschagne scores his 6th ton – The First Against England.”
In the 16th over of Robinson, Labuschagne plays him and gets out by edging the ball into the keeper’s hands. As Labuschagne was going to the dressing room, over-stepping was checked by the Umpires, which resulted in a clear No-ball. Robinson and the English Sides Were disappointed. “Labuschagne was constantly smiling” – The Commentators were like, “Fortune Favours the Batsman, He is a Lucky Lucky Man.”
Hence, after some overs, Robinson converts his last over disappointment to success. He bowls a stunner inswinger to the Century Scorer Labuschagne, bowl hits him onto his pad, and was given out by the Umpire. “Finally the Controversy of the Fortune Ends” “End of Wonderful Innings By Marcus Labuschagne”
Travis’s head comes to the crease and opens his account by slapping the ball into the covers for 2 Consecutive boundaries. “Travis Head Says Thànkyou to bowlers by scoring classy Boundaries.”
Joe Root replaces the pace bowler Robinson and bowls round the Wicket to Travis’s head! Root gives his ball an Air and flights the delivery to Travis’s head – Head failed to pick the length and was knocked over by the Spinner. “Joe Root has his Man” “Excellent Delivery.”
The New Comer Cameron Green Failed to score one more time in the Ashes Series. Green was knocked over by Ben Stokes and was dismissed for 2 in 4 balls.
Carrie and Steve Smith go on to form a partnership of 91 runs. They both played incredible cricketing shots and looked in beautiful touch on the Day 2 of the Ashes Series. “Timing the ball beautifully and taking every England Bowler on charge.”
Jimmy Anderson dismissed Steve Smith in his 25th over the game. Steve Smith was in the nervous nineties; he scored 93 of 200 balls. Anderson bowls an inswinger, gets the Australian captain, and sends him into the dressing room. “Steve Smith out for four times in the 90s.”
The down order batsman Alex Carrey was delighted to score his first test international Half-century and contributed to the Australian side – “Scored his first fifty in front of his home crowd in 104 balls”. He then departs for 51 by giving an easy to Hameed in the Anderson’s over.”
Mitchell stark and Nesser continues the run-scoring process and make 58 runs partnership together. “Nesser was entertaining, all the Australian crowds by scoring consecutive massive success out of the ground.”
Richardson joins the party, scolding a massive six in the second tier against the fast bowler Woakes. “Sweet Hit, Second Ball of Woakes, goes 35 rows back into the Crowd.”
After all contributions from all the Australian Batters, they managed to put on a big total of 473 runs and played 150 Overs in their first Innings. “What a Teamwork from the Aussies”
England Comes To Bat in their Second Innings
The England team was in huge trouble as the Australians successfully put on a big score, and it was their time to chase the trail and throwback pressure to the Aussies.
Rory Burns Joins Hameed and comes to crease in their first innings. Burns scores a boundary in the 5th ball of Stark 1st over. “Burns delicately moves his wrist to work the ball into the leg side for a boundary.”
Stark, in the first ball of his second over, bowls a stunning 145km speedy outswinger that niks the bat of Rory Burns and goes straight into the hands of the Second Slip – Steve Smith “Stark Gets it Right, With a Terrific Over” – “England in huge-huge trouble.”
Nesser gets his first test wicket in the 6th Over of the Game “Australian Players goes crazy and everyone joins to congratulate him for his 1st test wicket” Everything working out for the Aussie’s
A Bad Thunder Ended The Day 2 Of The Second Test
England played 8.3 overs in their first innings and scored 17 runs losing two wickets. The match was abandoned due to thunder and lightning. “It was a huge flash of lightning that ended the Second day of play.”
Australia again dominated day two, just like day one of the second test match. They have total control of the game as they have pulled off a big total and picked up quick, early wickets of the England sides.England are still trailing by 456 Runs After the end of Day 2