Ashes – Australia beat Australia in the first test in Brisbane – NEWS WORLD UPDATE

England’s hopes evaporated and they suffered a nine-goal defeat from Australia on the fourth day of the first Ashes Test in the gabba.

After a third-day rematch of optimism, England gently lost their last eight goals in 77 races in the morning practice, including the departure of Joe Root 89 and Dawid Malan 82.

Malan was Nathan Lyon’s 400th test catcher, the runway scored 4-91 and England knocked out 297.

Australia have only 20 pursuers left, which were completed shortly after lunch in Brisbane, so Pat Cummins won his first test as captain.

The home team lead 1-0 in the five-match series and continue their 35-year unbeaten against England in Brisbane.

England have lost 10 of Australia in the last 11 tests and won only one of 10 matches since beating India in the first test in February.

With England having to win the series to get Ashes back, Root’s team has almost no chance of making a mistake in the remaining four tests.

The second test in Adelaide, a round-the-clock match with a pink ball, kicks off on Thursday.

In the meantime, it has been confirmed that the fifth test, originally planned for Perth, will instead be held in Hobart, also around the clock.

England’s engineers are falling
Given their miserable record on gabban and the broken preparations, England needed everything to do well to leave Brisbane with such an outcome.

Instead, they were beaten so well when they were snatched from the tea for 147 on the first day. In addition, David Warner was knocked out and threw out a ball when he reached a final 94 in Australia’s first inning.

The only time England was better than Australia was when Root and Malan put together a partnership of 162 people on the third night.

They ask questions about the decisions that England has made. They decided to hit the bowling alley under ideal conditions and skipped the fast-paced bowling, Stuart Broad, in favor of spinning Jack Leach, who suffered 102 runs in 13 over 13.

Truth be told, the behavior of the pitch suggests that Australia would have faced an uneven rebound and turn from Leach if England had been able to set a challenging target in the fourth inning.

Ultimately, throwing and selection decisions matter little if the punch collapses in both parts of the game and situations don’t arise on the field.

There is now tremendous pressure on England in Adelaide as Broad and James Anderson will certainly return to take advantage of the pink ball. You lose there and the ashes almost certainly disappear.

Hope is gone
The optimism sparked by Root and Malan on Friday lasted less than four runs on Saturday as the advancing Malan turned the ball into his bench to be caught at a silly point as Lyon became the 17th man in test history to reach 400 goals .

England’s hammer blow was the loss of the prolific Captain Root, who was dragged to the top of Cameron Green’s fine outswinger, ensuring he was still waiting for the test hundred in Australia.

From here, England sank into a ruthless Australia in a collection of loose punches, poor technique and shy punches.

When Ollie Pope inexplicably tried to cut his first ball out of Lyon and was caught, England was knocked out 3-11, followed by a bizarre period of about 30 minutes when global TV images of Gabba were lost.

England didn’t lose a goal during that time, but when he returned, Ben Stokes got out for the second time in the game to get Cummins ’bowling off the edge.

Jos Buttler hit Josh Hazlewood, Ollie Robinson and Mark Wood also fell when he tried to attack Lyon and Chris Woakes took the lead against Green.

Everything is fine in Australia
Three weeks ago, Australia’s joy in winning the T20 World Cup was broken by the resignation of Captain Tim Paine due to an SMS scandal, and the former captain left the series permanently.

They are now leading 1-0 and are certainly considering repeating the hammers that have been repeated in three of England’s past four tours.

Cummins marked the captain’s arc with seven goals, Travis Head paid back his choice with 152, and Alex Carey, who replaced Paine, scored eight catches behind the stumps, a record debut on the test.

One of Australia’s concerns will be Warner’s stamina, who hit his ribs during the first half of the punch and then didn’t hit the field and no punch in the second half.

Carey took his place as the opener, but left Robinson just before Marcus Harris reached the winning runs.

England fined 100% for match fees and docked WTC points
At the end of the match, England received five World Championship points and was penalized 100% of the match fee for a slow overshoot.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has ruled that tourists are five times short of the target.

Root’s team was also penalized with two world championship points for a slow crossing over India at Trent Bridge this summer.

Meanwhile, the ICC has fined Australian percussionist Head 15% of the match fee for “using audible obscenity”.

The player of the match then made the remark – which was recorded by the stump microphone – after beating him in Australia in the first century-long Stokes pass.

“We know where we need to improve”
The captain of the English team, Joe Root, said: “It’s frustrated. We worked hard to get back into the game. We were hoping to get some sort of summary today. The track was a bit uneven and cracks appeared. We couldn’t get through the initial stage.

“Our selection? It’s easy to say in retrospect. We wanted a version in our attack, to move in different degrees. Our bowlers were excellent, but we had to be better in the field. So with the bat.

“In the second part of the game, we showed fighting and character, and we know where we need to improve.”

Pat Cummins, the Australian captain, said: “I am very proud of everyone. It was a complete performance.

“I was very happy that everyone stood by (on the third day). Today we knew we were ahead of the match.

“Trav can take the game in a few hours. All we’re telling Trav is to go out and play his own way. He has a bright future ahead of him.”

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