England vs Australia 1st Test Day 2 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Rory Burns, Ben Stokes Take England Close To Australia Total
ENG vs AUS 1st Test Day 2 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Rory Burns starred for England on Day 2 of the first Ashes Test with his unbeaten knock of 125.
England finish Day 2 of the first Ashes Test at 267/4 with Rory Burns starring for the hosts with his unbeaten knock of 125 while Ben Stokes remained not out on 38 runs at stumps. England skipper Joe Root also played a crucial knock of 57 runs. For Australia, James Pattinson took two wickets while Pat Cummins and Peter Siddle picked up one wicket each. England opener Rory Burns hit his maiden Test century. He spent 36 balls in the 'nervous 90s' and for more than half an hour could not get beyond 92. But the 28-year-old left-hander eventually got to three figures for the first time in eight Tests with a quick single off Nathan Lyon. (SCORECARD)
Ashes 2019 1st Test Day 2 Highlights Between England vs Australia, Straight from Edgbaston, Birmingham.
- 23:06 (IST)Aug 02, 2019
- 21:39 (IST)Aug 02, 2019
Burns scores maiden Test ton!Rory Burns steals a single to complete his maiden Test century on his Ashes debut. He is pumped and Edgbaston crowd and his teammates join the celebration and give him a standing ovation.
- 20:15 (IST)Aug 02, 2019
At tea England reach 170/2!This session clearly belongs to England as they lost just one wicket and unlike morning session scored runs at much higher rate. At tea, they are 170/2. Rory Burns is not out on 82 and Peter Siddle tasted the only success in this session when he dismissed England skipper Joe Root for 57.
England reach Tea on 170/2— ICC (@ICC) August 2, 2019
Joe Root fell to an excellent caught and bowled from Peter Siddle, but Rory Burns has carried on to 82*
Can he get to his maiden Test hundred?
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- 19:49 (IST)Aug 02, 2019
Siddle gets Australia much-needed breakthrough!Peter Siddle gets rewarded for sticking to tight line and length. Joe Root drives the ball on the up and Siddle takes a good catch to end the dangerous 2nd-wicket stand. Root departs for 57.