Boland 6 for 6; Ashes Australia

Australia went on to win the Melbourne Test to win the Ashes. Pat Cummins’ team did just that in less than three days. In the third Test of the series, they lost to England by an innings and 14 runs. Inaugurated Scott Boland took 6 wickets for 6 runs in Agune bowling. Became the best in the match. England was bowled out for just 7 in the second innings! The duration of the Boxing Day Test is only two days and one hour.

Australia made just 26 runs in their first innings after packing England for 165 runs. James Anderson fired the ball. Even then the hosts won by an innings. At the end of the second day of the match yesterday, England’s score was 31 runs for 4 wickets. Captain Joe Root and all-rounder Ben Stokes were on the wicket as a beacon of hope amid the continuing failure of the top order. That route could not do anything today. Boland was bowled out for a maximum of 26 runs. Mitchell Starc started catching this morning by bowling Ben Stokes (11) who is suffering from a lack of form.

This pacer took 3 wickets for 29 runs in 10 overs including 3 maidens. The next story is only about the anointed Boland. He took one wicket after another and on the third day at 1 o’clock in the morning, he knocked out the English. The last five wickets fell just 7 runs apart. Cameron Green took 1 wicket in Boland’s wicket festival. England’s 9 batsmen could not touch the double digits! Stokes scored the second-highest 11 runs. Inaugurated Boland bowling figure 4-1-6-6! This is the beginning of the dream.