Ashes Series: Joe Root broke the record of two Indian legends, Sunil Gavaskar and then Sachin Tendulkar together on the third day of the second Test match of the Ashes series. The second match of the prestigious Ashes series played between Australia and England is playing in Adelaide. Is. Today is the third day of this Day Night Dest match. On the first two days, the batsmen of the host team fiercely danced to the English bowlers and declared the first innings after scoring 473 runs for 9 wickets. On the second day, England scored 17 runs for 2 wickets till the end of the match.
Joe Root broke the record of two Indian legends together
English captain Joe Root broke the record of first Sunil Gavaskar and then Sachin Tendulkar in the second Ashes Test against Australia. He scored more than 1550 Test runs in 2021. The England team, who lost 2 wickets for 17 runs on the second day, started fast and strong in the third day’s play. Captain Joe Root and David Malan took the innings forward. Together, both of them took the team to 50 runs, and then the score crossed 100 runs. Malan completed his half-century by playing 86 balls with the help of 6 fours. Captain Root completed his half-century off 91 balls with the help of 6 fours.
Australia’s grip in the second test as well
Marnus Labuschagne’s record century was followed by captain Steve Smith’s 93 as Australia consolidated their position in the second Ashes day-night Test at 473 for nine on Friday, taking two wickets for England. Labushane scored 103 runs, which is his third century in the Day-Night Test. He is the first batsman to do so. The game had to stop early due to lightning.
ICC warns on slow bowling
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday clarified that England has fined not five but eight points from the World Test Championship (WTC) for a slow over-rate in the first Ashes Test against Australia in Brisbane.
was fine in the first test
The ICC had earlier announced that England was fined 100% of their match fees and five WTC points for slow over-rate in Brisbane last week.
However, there is no limit for penalty overs, which refers to the number of overs not completed in the prescribed time, in accordance with Article 16.1.12 of the ICC Code of Conduct, the ICC said in a statement. Therefore, he has been fined one point per over according to the number of overs he was short.
The statement said “The number of overs a team reduces in a given time period is in accordance with Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct on Slow Over Rate for Players and Support Staff. For that per over, 20 percent of his match fee will deduct, which can be a maximum of 100 percent.