Australia beat England by 275 runs in match two, set a day-night test record

Australia defeated England (ENG) by 275 runs in the second Test of the Ashes to take a 2-0 lead in the series. In this day and night event in Adelaide, Australia dominated from the first inning and gave England no chance to come back. Australia had declared the first innings for 473 runs, but the England team was out for 236 runs. After this, Australia declared the second inning with 230 runs and, on the basis of the lead, gave England a goal of 468 runs. Pursuing this difficult goal, the visiting team was only able to score 192 runs. For Australia, Jhye Richardson took five wickets, while Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon took two wickets each.

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), neither batter was able to score much in the first inning. None of England’s hitters reached the middle of the century in the second inning. Chris Woakes scored 44 runs in the second inning and Rory Burns scored 34 runs. Speaking of bowlers, Ben Stokes took 3 wickets in the first innings, James Anderson took 2 wickets. While Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes, Ollie Robinson and Joe Root each got a wicket. Olly Robinson, Joe Root and David Malan each got two wickets in the second inning. While Anderson and Broad each got a wicket.

Marnus Labuschagne scored 103 runs in the first inning for Australia, while David Warner contributed 95 and Steve Smith contributed 93 runs. Alex Carey also scored half a century. Apart from this, Mitchell Starc took 4 wickets and Nathan Lyon took 3 wickets in the first innings and broke England’s innings. Speaking of the second inning, Jhye Richardson took the maximum of 5 wickets. While Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon got two plots each. Michael Neeser got a window.

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Australia have played a total of 9 matches in the Day Night Test so far, in which they have won every match. Also at the Adelaide Test, the team maintained its unique record and defeated the visiting team poorly.

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