David warner returned in the Australia team after the one year ban of ball-tampering issue. He has played his first test in the ongoing ashes test. When he came to bat with Cameron Bancroft, England crowd started to boos him.
When David Warner was fielding on Boundary, the English crowd started chanting, “He’s got sandpaper in his hands”, and making sure they (once again) reminded the 32-year-old about the infamous ball-tampering saga of 2018. So David Warner came up with a cheeky response and shown his pocket to says, “no sandpaper in my pocket”.
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James Anderson’s injury scare of England
James Anderson is still suffering from tightness to his right calf. He will not take the field in Australia’s second innings. If required, he will bat in England’s second inning.
“He’s a bit distraught. He came and said sorry to the bowlers. He feels like he’s let the bowling group down, which of course he hasn’t. He’s down, and he’s frustrated,” ESPNCricinfo quoted broad as saying on Thursday (local time).
Australia has scored 284 runs in the first inning with the help of Steven Smith century. In the response of Australia inning, England has scored 374 runs and takes the lead of 91 runs in the first inning. Rory Burns scored a brilliant century for England in the first inning. Australia is currently batting in the s3cond inning and Steven smith scores half-century. Stuart board took a five-wicket haul in the first inning. In the absence of James Anderson, Stuart Bard needs to take extra responsibility. Steven smith performance well in both innings while David warner failed to perform in the first ashes test. Warner was in the fabulous touch in the world cup 2019. So Australia will be thought that he will back in form.