It was the Australian all-rounder, Cameron Green who gave the last disaster for England when he kitted out James Anderson, and it brought about England getting exposed to a possibility of an embarrassing whitewash in the continuous Ashes series in Australia.
In any case, with the third back to back misfortune, the eventual fate of Joe Root as the Test commander is in not kidding question. Addressing columnists post-match, Root wouldn’t be drawn on settled on his captaincy his future post-Sydney and Tasmania.
“The series isn’t over yet. We’ve got two very big games and, more than anything, it’d be wrong to look past that. I’m in the middle of a very important series. My energy has to be all about trying to win the next game. I can’t be selfish and start thinking about myself.”stated by Joe Root aa quoted in The Mirror.
With the public examination into the most recent fiasco down under currently in full stream, Joe Root likewise indicated that the way in which the ECB has been focusing on restricted overs cricket starting around 2015, eventually prompted a 50-over World Cup win four years after the fact, had harmed the public side in Test cricket.
“It’s a big part of where the game is at in our country right now that the only place you can really learn is in the hardest environment for what is quite a young batting group. They’re having to learn out here in the harshest environments. You look back at 2015 and the reset that happened in white-ball cricket, and maybe that’s something that needs to be happening in our red-ball game as well.”further added by him.
The fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground begins on January 5, with the series finale in Hobart set for January 14. The Australian group is right now having an unassailable 3-0 drove in the series as they won the initial two Tests and Brisbane and Adelaide.