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England lost the last six wickets quickly and the whole team was dismissed for 302 runs in the first innings of ashes test

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England lost the last six wickets quickly and the whole team was dismissed for 302 runs in the first innings on the England lost the last six wickets quickly and the whole team was dismissed for 302 runs in the first innings on the second day of the first Ashes Test against Australia. David Malan and Moin Ali shared a 83-run partnership but the dismissal ended after Malan’s dismissal before lunch. The Root team’s score was 246 runs at a time, but after that Australia had a great comeback. Fast bowler Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins picked up three wickets and spinner Nathan Lyon took 2 wickets. England lost the last six wickets in 56 runs Malan scored 11 fours in his third Test half-century. He was caught by Mitchell Starc off Shaun Marsh in deep square leg. After seven balls, off-spinner Leone padded out all-rounder Moin Ali. It was confirmed in the review too. Wicketkeeper Jony Bairstow, caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine in an attempt to play Pat Cummins’ pool shot after making nine runs. Jack Bail (14) caught Stark’s ball in the slip by David Warner Stuart Broad scored 20, and Peter returned to hand-scoring.]]>

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