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Lyon Takes 6 As Australia Win Opener | The Ashes Day 5 Highlights | First Specsavers Test 2019





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32 thoughts on “Lyon Takes 6 As Australia Win Opener | The Ashes Day 5 Highlights | First Specsavers Test 2019

  1. Cummins last delivery to get Woakes was high class bowling at it's best. Essentially a slower ball bouncer off cutter that fooled Woakes completely. Gotta love test cricket.

  2. Great to see so many gracious comments from the guys from the Sub-continent below…The Indian team gave us Aussies a cricketing lesson last year (although we definitely missed Smith & Warner). Their pace attack was just awesome…& Virat Kohli…wow! OZ just possibly lesson learnt…Thanks guys 🙂

  3. The umpires were always very average but with DRS the whole world can now see, i guess the good thing now is umpires can’t cheat for a certain country as they will be exposed

  4. What a bowler Gazza is. Already an all time great. Just imagine being a finger spinner in Australia and to have the record he has. Just gets better and better. He's in a really good place with his bowling now. Credit should be given to Michael Clarke for sticking with him early on. Australia now reaping the rewards.

  5. Cummins last delivery to get Woakes was high class bowling at it's best. Essentially a slower ball bouncer off cutter that fooled Woakes completely. Gotta love test cricket.

  6. I have been following cricket for many years but still not able to understand the thought process behind Australia selection and team management. Before the start of any game and tournament selection seems ridiculous (e.g, how can you not play your best two bowlers Starc and Hazelwood for the most important series opener) but it still works as it has been working for years.

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