After the defeat in the Adelaide Test, the former veteran became angry with Captain Joe Root, he told him the reason for the defeat.

So far, there have been two Ashes Series matches between Australia (AUS) and England (ENG), in which England have suffered a crushing defeat. On the final day of Test 2, Australia posted a 275-run win to take a 2-0 series lead. The England team also turned out to be a complete failure in the second test match. Aside from captain Joe Root (62) and David Malan (80), none of the hitters were able to score much. Many ex-veterans have been furious at this disappointing performance from England. Know who said what.

Former England captain Nasser Hussain strongly criticized England’s batters after a disappointing performance in the second test. He said during a conversation with a website that England have the lowest batting level and no one can even think about that. Nasir Hussain said the hitting looked very weak in the second test, so the team had to lose the game. He also recalled the similar defeat in 2017 and said England did not learn a lesson from that defeat.

Former England captain and one of the most successful players in Test cricket, Alastair Cook questioned Joe Root’s strategy after England’s defeat in the second Test. Cook said the team made a lot of mistakes in both games, which had to bear the brunt. Aside from this, not including James Anderson and Stuart Broad in Game XI in the first Test Match was also a big mistake. He said the England captain turned out to be a complete failure in planning. Apart from this, the team did not do well fielding.

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