England vs Australia, Ashes 2023: The first Test match of the Ashes 2023 series being played between England and Australia has come to a very exciting turn. On the last day of this match going on at Edgbaston, where Australia needs 174 more runs to win. At the same time, the England team has to get 7 wickets. Meanwhile, Australian opening batsman Usman Khawaja will also make a special record in his name by coming out to bat in the 5th day’s play.
Usman Khawaja will become the third player in Ashes history to bat on all 5 days. Earlier in the 1977 Tretbridge Test match, Jeff Boycott had batted on all five days. At the same time, in the 2019 Edgbaston Test match, Rory Burns became the second player in the Ashes to do so.
When the game ended on the fourth day of this Test match, the Australian team’s score was 107 runs at the loss of 3 wickets. Usman Khawaja was unbeaten after scoring 34 runs. Now on the 5th day, the Kangaroo team will once again expect a big innings from Khwaja. So that a 1-0 lead can be achieved in this Test series.
Usman Khawaja will become the 13th player to do so in Test cricket.
In the first Test match of the Ashes, Usman Khawaja’s bat has been seen speaking in a very impressive way so far. In the first innings of the Australian team, an excellent inning of 141 runs was seen with the bat of Khawaja. Due to which the Kangaroo team was able to reach close to the score of England’s first innings. Usman Khawaja has so far recorded 15 test centuries. In which from the year 2022 till now, a total of 7 century innings have been seen from his bat.
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