Australia and England are playing Ashes 2023, where Joe Root plays an amazing game, Australia defeated England by 275 runs in the second test to take a 2-0 lead in the Ashes Series.
In response to 468 runs, by the end of the fourth day of play, England had scored 82/4. As soon as the game started on the fifth day.
England suffered a major setback when Ollie Pope scored 4 runs and was caught by Steve Smith off Mitchell Starc and returned to the pavilion.
Joe Butler supports England in Ashes 2023
At the same time, Ben Stokes, who became a victim of Nathan Lyon by scoring only 12 runs of 77 balls.
Stokes was not sent off by the 1st referee, but when Kangaroo captain Steve Smith took the DRS, Stokes had to return to the flag as soon as the referee's decision was changed.
He continued the process of going to the England cricket team players' pavilion from one end.
On the other hand, hitter Jos Buttler, the goalie, continued to play his innings with difficulties. Butler and Chris Woakes shared a 61-race partnership for seventh.
Ashes 2023 It is becoming disappointing for the England team. The Australian bowlers and batsman are in top form.
Woakes became a victim of Richardson by doing 44. The England team disintegrated as soon as Woakes was sacked.
England's cricket team becomes defenseless against this bowler
However, Jos Butler did his best to avoid the England team's defeat to Australia to no avail. Butler scored 26 runs of 207 balls and, sadly, managed to hit grounds.
Jhye Richardson, who played in the day-night test match in place of Josh Hazelwood, spent just 42 runs in the second inning of the test and sent half of the England team - that is 5 players - back to the pavilion.
In Game 2 of Ashes 2023, Woakes scored 44 runs, while Rory Burns contributed 34, David Malan 20, Captain Joe Root 24 and Jos Buttler contributed 26 runs.
At the same time, aside from Richardson's 5 wickets for Australia, Starc-Nathan Lyon took 2-2 while Michael Nasser took one wicket.
Australian players show their game at Ashes 2023
First test match at Gaba field in Brisbane, the Australian team defeated England by nine wickets.
After this, Steve Smith, who assumed the captaincy in the second test game, won the toss and chose to bat.
In the first innings, Marnus Labuschagne (103), David Warner (95), captain Steve Smith (93) and Alex Carey scored 51 runs to declare 473 innings for the loss of 9 wickets.
Due to which the entry was declared on 230/9. Pursuing the massive 468-run goal, the English team was reduced to 192 runs.