Twitterati’s React As England Record Their Lowest Score Against Australia In The Last 71 years

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Twitterati's React As England Record Their Lowest Score Against Australia In The Last 71 years
Twitterati's React As England Record Their Lowest Score Against Australia In The Last 71 years

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After their performance on day-1 of the third Test against Australia, England would have been quite contented. England would have taken their chance in a massive way as there was no Steve Smith in the opposition line-up. Australia has made a total of  179 in the first innings. That doesn’t look like a huge score and England can beat Australia in an easy way.

But England made a quite degrading performance as the team was bowled out for just 67 runs which were recorded as their lowest score against Australia since 1948. England being the World Cup champions has dropped down their performance level in the Test. Batsmen were gifting the opposition with their wickets. Joe Denly was the only one who has got to the double figures.

Throughout their innings, England kept losing wickets at regular intervals. The match has begun with the dismissal of Jason Roy who was gone for 9 runs. After him, all the wickets started falling off with Joe Root, Rory Burns, and Ben Stokes were out of the field with minimal scores. There was no one in the glance who stands on to rescue the team.  The wrath of Josh Hazlewood and James Pattinson was a little too much to take for the Englishmen.

Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins were the once who had given a tough time to England. Hazlewood has dismissed Jack Leach for just a single run and picked up a total of five wickets. Then, Pat Cummins dismissed Chris Woakes in his first ball and eventually took 2 more wickets along with him.

While Pat Cummins accounted for three scalps and Pattinson picked up two. Twitterati couldn’t stop praising out for Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, and James Pattinson and went on badly trolling England on their embarrassing performance.

Here’s how Twitterati’s reacted.

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