Shami: Fast bowlers creating havoc .. Boland, Starc, Shami, Engidi in Boxing Day Tests .. | Lungi ngidi, mohammed shami, scott boland, Stark dominated third day of boxing day test match

The pace bowlers have wreaked havoc in two Test matches since Boxing Day. One of these two Test matches ended on the third day …

Shami: Destructive fast bowlers .. Boland, Starc, Shami, Engidi who started in Boxing Day Tests ..


The pace bowlers have wreaked havoc in two Test matches since Boxing Day. One of these two Test matches ended on the third day. The fate of another match is likely to float today. The India-South Africa Test starts at Centurion on the 26th, while the third Test between Australia and England begins on the same day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. However the match ended on Tuesday. Both matches were dominated by fast bowlers. He took a total of 24 wickets in two Tests on Tuesday. Australia also won the Ashes series, winning the match on the third day. Australia currently have a 3-0 lead in the Test series. England were all out for 185 in the first innings and 68 in the second innings.

Boland, Stark

Scott Boland made his debut for Australia in this match. He was instrumental in helping the team win. The bowler dismissed six England batsmen in the second innings. Surprisingly it did not take long to pick up so many wickets. He bowled just four overs and made his way to the pavilion for more than half of the England team. He added a maiden over in four overs and gave up only seven runs. Boland made some great deliveries in his bowling. He knocked out Johnny Bairstow, Joe Root with brilliant balls. He was backed by left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc. Starc took three wickets for 29 runs in 10 overs.


The match between India and South Africa was canceled on the second day. India started the third day with 272 for three. Then Lungi Engidi dominated the Indian batsmen. Before him, however, Kagiso Rabada sent KL Rahul to the pavilion. Engidi scored 71 runs in 24 overs and took six wickets.

Mohammed Shami

South Africa were all out for 197 in the first innings. Fast bowler Mohammad Shami took five wickets to break South Africa’s back. Shami scored 44 runs in 16 overs and took five wickets. Jaspreet Bumra and Shardul Thakur Chero took two wickets each for India. Mohammad Siraj took one wicket.

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