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joe Root refused to be drawn into the pitch controversy that delayed the proceedings on the fifth day. Play on Monday was delayed

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Joe Root refused to be drawn into the pitch controversy that delayed the proceedings on the fifth day. Play on Monday was delayed third ashes test match

Joe Root told we don’t deserve to win we were not playing good cricket in the ashes were second best throughout the three
Ashes Test and the australian team dserved to series win they played very good cricket throughtout the sries .
On the fifth and final day’s play in the third Test, England lost one more match the Ashes series to to Australia by going down by an innings
and 41 runs at WACA. With the primary objective being bridging the deficit over Australia in the second innings – with six wickets in the bag – England faltered early and collapsed under the barrage of bouncers from the seamers.

ausies quicky Josh Hazlewood played a important role England downfall by finishing with a five-wicket haul and taking in the
congratulatory applause right at the end. He has taken the key wicket of Dawid Malan – he was only England batsman to offer some resistance in front of Aussies bowling attack.

With the Ashes already lost, Root has demanded a response from his side going into the Boxing Day Test at Melbourne Cricket
Ground (MCG). “It’s very difficult to take. Fair play to Australia, they’ve outplayed us in all three games and we’ve got to be
better. We’ve got to make sure we go to Melbourne and prepare well and put in really good performances there,” he said at the post-match presentation.

Root refused to be drawn into the pitch controversy that delayed the proceedings on the fifth day. Play on Monday was delayed
after water seeped into the surface following overnight rain which was blamed on faulty covers and the umpires remaining adamant
overplay not starting until pitch had been fully dried up. “When we got here, it wasn’t fit to play. Obviously it
dried up as the sun and wind got to it, and by the end there, it was probably fit to play. ””I think the pitch didn’t really
misbehave or become dangerous, credit has to go to the umpires for making the right decision,” Root told reporters on Monday
. “It’s a very difficult one, for two umpire t have a lot of pressure to get the match going but at the same time the
safety of the players is very important. They got it right.”

With few positives to take from this match, Root said the knocks from Malan and Jonny Bairstow are the bright spots from the
third Test. “The way Malan and Jonny played was super. Those two should be proud what they did in the game. Our start wasn’t
great. we have Have to learn from our mistake. The way James Vince played in the second innings was proper batting. Looked like the only way they could get him out
was with a delivery like that. Should sure take a lot of confidence from it,” said

Kevin Peterson said one of the opening bowlers needed to be dropped.

Pietersen’s former English and former English player Ian Bell sad it was time for Alastair Cook to get retire from the game.

However Root fully back old gun, along with Moeen Ali and Jimmy Anderson, to continue to be important players for England.

“I’d like to think so,” Root said when asked if Cook, Broad and Anderson would still be in the team in 12 months.

“They’ve got huge amounts of experience and they do offer a lot to the English team and they perform over
a long period of time speak how good player they are.No reason they can’t do that again

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