The first ashes test between Australia versus England is currently in progress. Australia made 284 runs in the first inning then England scored 374 runs in the first inning and took the lead of 91 runs in the first inning. Australia has scored 124 runs with the loss of three wickets at the end of day 3.
During the England batting, Moeen Ali came to bat and go out on Zero. Nathan Lyon bowled a delivery, and Moeen Ali left the delivery, and the bowl hit the stump and Ali got out. It was the worst way to leave the ball.
Here the video of Moeen Ali dismissal
The ball is Brexit.
The stumps are the economy.
Moeen Ali is Johnson’s Brexit strategy.pic.twitter.com/eiItZuZfIS
— Michael Savage (@michaelsavage) August 3, 2019
Steven Smith scored a brilliant century in the first inning and in the second inning he is near to complete his half-century.
After the century steven smth said,
“There were times throughout the last 15 months where I didn’t know if I was ever going to play cricket again,” Smith told reporters.
“I lost a bit of love for it at one point, particularly when I had my elbow operation. It was really bizarre that it was the day I got the brace off my elbow. I found a love for it again. I don’t know what it was; it was like a trigger that just said ‘right I’m ready to go again, I want to play and I want to go out and play for Australia and make people proud and just do what I love doing’.”
“I know I’ve got the support of the boys in the room and, for me, that’s all that really matters. They went berserk on the balcony when I got to my hundred and just looking up at them, it sent shivers down my spine,” he added.
“…this one, given the context of all that has gone to get to that point now, and he played under a lot of pressure as people fell around him — that probably made it. If it’s not his best, it’s way up there,” Steven smith’s father Peter told The Telegraph.