Thursday, December 1, 2022

Jason Roy lost his shoe while ducking bouncer from Mark Adair


England have won the test after getting all out on 85 runs in first innings. They have made a strong comeback. In the second innings, Ireland got all out on 38 runs, and England won the test match by 143 runs. Chris Woakes took six wickets, and Stuart Board took four wickets for England. Jack Leach scored 92 runs for England, and he awarded with the player of the match award.

During the second inning of England batting, Jason Roy was batting, and Mark Adair was bowling. Mark Adair bowled a bounce to Jason Roy, and Roy tried to ducking bounced, but during this time he lost his shoe. After this, Commentator could not stop laughing.

Ireland have a good chance to create history by winning this match, but they missed the opportunity. Ireland needed 181 runs to win the test match, but they got all out on 38 runs in the second innings. But Ireland bowlers became the nightmare for England batting in the first inning.

England will play the Ashes in their next international assignment.

Here the video of Jason Roy


Here are some stats

Fewest balls to get dismissed all-out (Tests)

75 – South Africa versus England, Edgbaston 1924

94 – South Africa versus England, P Elizabeth 1896

94 – England versus Australia, MCG 1902

94 – Ireland versus England, Lord’s 2019

99 – Australia versus England, Brisbane 1936

Lowest first innings total of a Test in a win

45 – England versus Australia, SCG 1886/87

Watch – Hampshire wicket-keeper Lewis McManus runs out Sussex’s Laurie Evans

63 – Australia versus England, The Oval 1882

75 – England versus Australia, MCG 1894/95

76 – England versus South Africa, Leeds 1907

85 – England versus Ireland, Lord’s 2019 – lowest in 112 years

Lowest all-out totals in Tests

26 – New Zealand versus England, Auckland 1955

30 – South Africa versus England, P Elizabeth 1896

30 – South Africa v Eng Edgbaston 1924

35 – South Africa v Eng Cape Town 1899

36 – Australia v Eng Edgbaston 1902

36 – South Africa v Australia MCG 1932

38 – Ire v Eng Lord’s 2019



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