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The Entire Cricketing Nation Is Shocked By the 4th Test of the Ashes 2015
The bizarre and astonishing downfall of the mighty Australians in the fourth test of the Ashes 2015 Series has left the entire cricketing nation clueless. The collapse of the entire team for a mere 60 runs on the board is something seldom expected from the Australians. This highly unpredictable outcome of the match is something the Australians will never wish to remember. The entire team was out even before lunch time and it happened to be the shortest first innings in the entire history of Test Matches.
Stuart Broad has equaled the record for the fastest 5-wicket hauls in Test Series. He went on to capture a total of 8 Australians in this match. English captain, Alistair Cook, has stated that the decision to invite the mighty Australians to bat first was not straightforward. He had assessed the grass filled pitch and also the overcast conditions which made him take the decision of putting the Aussies in to bat first. His belief was on his swing and pace merchants, Mark Wood, Steven Finn, and Broad to make full use of the situations.
Broad said earlier this week that England had to “make sure that we are right on the money for those first 20 balls. Our batsmen always say to us those first 20 balls are the most dangerous time.”
Alec Stewart, one of the greats of English Cricket, has said that the first 8 deliveries from the English bowlers have proved their might over their opponents. Michael Vaughan, one of the former English Captains, has stated that the first 6.1 overs of the Australians innings were one of the most incredible overs in any Ashes Test Series. Shane Warne, the legendary leg spinner from Australia, had stated after the last week’s test that his team would bounce back to level the series. However, after the shocking Australian first innings in the fourth test, very few would have the guts to believe what he says. Kevin Pietersen, another English player, was shocked at the result of the first innings.