CM – AUS Vs ENG, MCG test: Scott Bolands 6 for 7 Blows Away England, Australia Retain The Ashes – Highlights

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It took Australian bowlers just over 15 overs Tuesday morning to beat England by one innings and 14 runs to take a 3-0 lead in Melbourne’s Ashes series. Get the highlights of AUS vs. ENG here.

Another friendly and another dominating performance from Australia. 2-0 in the series, it took the hosts just three days to beat England by one innings and 14 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to keep the ashes on Tuesday morning. As of April 31st, it only took Australia a little more than 15 overs to win England by 68 in the second innings. Scott Boland, who won two English wickets on Monday, added four more to his record today, finishing with numbers 6/7 in just four overs on his debut. Mitchell Starc took three wickets. For England they have to come back to the drawing board and do everything they can to come back stronger in the last two friendlies. Previously, Australia had won in Brisbane and Adelaide. Get the highlights of the AUS vs. ENG Boxing Day Test here.

Pat Cummins (AUS): I’m so proud of his group. We did everything right in all departments. I’m really excited for Scott Boland playing in front of a home crowd and it’s amazing to end with that kind of performance.

Joe Root (ENG): All credits go to Australia. They were at the top yesterday and outdid us in this friendly. We have a lot of hard work ahead of us now and we’ve come back strongly in the last two games.

Nothing has happened that quickly. I don’t know what to say. Little did I know it would be over anytime soon. Standing near the border got me excited.

Scott Boland is taking a five-wicket arena on his Test debut to help Australia pool England for just 68 on Tuesday morning and play with an innings and 14 runs to be won. Australia won the series 3-0 and kept the ashes. Of six wickets that fell that day, Boland took four while Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green picked the rest.

England are in massive trouble at MCG. You have so far lost 14 wickets in a room of 65.1 plus 12 overs in the second innings. In the center are two men who have to face a Herculean task to save this test and keep the ashes alive. With Ben Stokes and Joe Root in the lead, England need 51 more runs to beat Australia again.

For the second straight day, bowlers dominated the game on both sides. First, the English sailor James Anderson bagged the most important wickets of Marcus Harris (76) and Steve Smith (16) on his balance sheet of 4 for 33 of 23 overs. This helped England win Australia for 267 and take a lead of 82 runs. It could have been more if it hadn’t been for Anderson.

But Anderson’s good work was blown away when Mitchell Starc (2 for 11) Zak Crawley, who was 5 behind, and Dawid Malan, who was previously unsuccessful , released in back-to-back deliveries.

Australian debutant Scott Boland (2 wickets for 1 run) delighted his home crowd of 42,626 roaring fans by removing opener Haseeb Hameed for 7 and Jack Leach without playing in the penultimate game of the day to score a goal. Australia is ready to kill it all.

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