Australia beat England to defend the Ashes Trophy
Ashes series in England 1 hundred 85 runs in the fourth Test of the Australian. With this win, Australia have taken a 2-0 lead in the five-game Ashes series. Meanwhile, Australia has defended the Ashes Trophy.
England were bowled out for 199 in their last innings after being dismissed for 194 in 19.3 overs. Openers for England were Dan Denley, Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow and Jas Butler. In the win over Australia, Pat Cummins took three wickets, Jason Hazelwood and Nathan Lyon each. Mitchell Starc had 5 wickets in his name.
Australia had declared the end of the innings at the end of the first innings, with Steve Smith adding 4 for 4, including 4 boundaries and two sixes. In the first innings, England were dismissed for 194 runs after being dismissed for 5/9.
England skipper Joe Root and Roy Bruins scored two runs in the first innings, but they did not display well. Australia's Josh Hazlewood (5), Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins (5) each took three wickets. Australia were bowled out for 4-1 after Smith contributed a 3-run stand, ending the second inning.
Australia won the first game and the second game was drawn. England won in the third match. The final and fifth tests will start from September 1.