Sourav Ganguly At Lord’s: The second Test of Ashes 2023 between Australia and England is being played at Lord’s. At the same time, a picture is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Actually, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly reached the stadium to watch the Lord’s Test. Now this photo is becoming very viral on social media. Apart from this, social media users are constantly giving their feedback by commenting.
This was the condition of the first day’s game…
At the same time, on the first day of the Lord’s Test match, England captain Ben Stokes decided to bowl after winning the toss. After losing the toss, the Australian team, which came out to bat first, has scored 339 runs for 5 wickets till the end of the first day’s play. At this time Steve Smith and Alex Carey are at the crease. Steve Smith is unbeaten on 85 off 149 balls. While Alex Carey is playing by scoring 11 runs in 34 balls. There has been a partnership of 23 runs for the sixth wicket between the two players.
Sourav Ganguly watching the Lord’s Ashes Test. pic.twitter.com/mL5yqqNZQO
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Fifty for David Warner and Travis Head
Earlier, opener David Warner scored 66 runs in 83 balls. He hit 8 fours and 1 six in his innings. While Usman Khawaja returned to the pavilion after scoring 17 runs. Travis Head played an inning of 77 runs off 73 balls. He hit 14 fours in his innings. Marnus Labushen scored 47 runs off 93 balls. He hit 7 fours in his innings. However, Kangaroo all-rounder Cameron Green departed without scoring.
Talking about England bowlers, Josh Tongue and Joe Root got 2-2 success. While fast bowler Oli Robinson made Marnus Labushen his victim. At the same time, James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes did not get success. However, the England bowlers will be eyeing to allout Australia early on the second day, while the Kangaroo batsmen would like to make a big score in the first innings.
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