Australia have retained the Ashes by winning the fourth ashes test while one test has left. Steve Smith has helped Australia to retain the ashes. The fifth and final ashes test will begin from September 12.
Jofra Arches used his foot to saved his wicket o the Fifth day of fourth Ashes Test. During the 75th overs of England inning, Josh Hazelwood bowled a shot Delivery, and Jofra Archer played a shot, but the ball went towards the stump then Jofra used his foot to save him from getting out.
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Australia captain Tim Paine has pretty happy to retain the Ashes. He said,
“I’m pretty pumped. This team has been through a lot in the last 12-18 months. The character we’ve shown shows a lot about the quality of the people. It’s been an unbelievable series; I’ve not had too much sleep. It’s been intense. That’s what you expect and prepare for. Our bowlers kept sticking at it, and we said we’d get our rewards late. We tried to stay calm, not always easy when it means so much to everyone. Thought we handled it pretty well, and the whole week coming out of Headingley. The boys got what they deserved.”
“A bit of guesswork with Marnus and he works hard on his leg-spin; he wants the ball in his hand. [Smith] is the best player I’ve ever seen, yesterday to push the game forward put England under pressure. He’s got much courage to take teams on. It’s a funny game, even half an hour ago I was thinking I should have taken that [bat] job. He is really humbled to come here and do something really special. But we came here to win them, not just to retain them. We’d love to be 3-1 up when we hold the urn aloft.”