Ashes 2023 England Bowler Stuart Broad Out David Warner 15th Time In Test Cricket Watch Video

Stuart Broad Vs David Warner: The first Test match of Ashes 2023 being played between England and Australia is being played at the Edgbaston ground in Birmingham. In the second innings of the match, England bowler Stuart Broad appeared in excellent rhythm. Broad took two consecutive wickets in two balls. First he dismissed left-handed Australian batsman David Warner and then on the next ball he sent Marnus Labushen to the pavilion for a golden duck.

Broad dominates Warner for last 10 years

Stuart Broad has dominated David Warner for the last 10 years. This time he has dismissed Warner for the 15th time in Test cricket. Stuart Broad has dismissed David Warner 15 times since 2013. In this, Broad dismissed Warner for the 9th time in 11 innings in England. At the same time, he has dismissed Warner in Australia for the remaining 6 times. Glenn McGrath has dismissed English batsman Mike Athtern the maximum number of times in the Ashes, 19 times.

Marnus Labushne sent pavilion on golden duck

Broad sent the current number one Test batsman Marnus Labuschagne to the pavilion on a golden duck. Labushen has returned to the pavilion without opening an account for the first time in 23 innings, that is, after 23 innings, Labushen has lost his wicket at zero.

The condition of the match was like this after two days

In the match, England won the toss and decided to bat first and declared the innings by scoring 393 runs for 8 wickets. For the team, former captain Joe Root played a century of 118 runs with the help of 7 fours and 4 sixes.

In response, the Australian team, which came out to bat, has scored 311 runs at the loss of 5 wickets by the end of the second day. During this, left-handed batsman Usman Khawaja returned after scoring 126* and Alex Carey scored 52*. England is ahead by 82 runs in the match right now.

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