Ashes 2023, AUS vs ENG | Australia broke England’s pride, ‘baseball’ strategy was torn apart, English team got defeated due to these big mistakes

New Delhi: Australia has started with a bang by defeating England (Australia vs England) in the first match of the Ashes Series 2023. Australia has taken a 1-0 lead in this series. Australia defeated India in the first World Test Championship (WTC Final). At the same time, by giving a crushing defeat to England, Australia has broken the new ‘Bazball’ strategy of the English team. The England team landed on the field in this match with a ‘baseball’ strategy. England players tried to score runs aggressively while batting first. But England suffered a big loss in this. She had lost her 8 wickets. At the same time, now we are going to tell you that because of which England had to face defeat. Read this too Early declaration of first innings England declared their innings on the very first day of the Test match. This can be considered as part of the new baseball strategy of the England team. In the Edgbaston Test match, captain Ben Stokes declared the first innings in the last session by scoring 393 runs at the loss of 8 wickets. Udas was unbeaten after playing a brilliant century innings. England could have easily scored beyond 400. But Stokes surprised everyone by declaring the innings. The entire England Tema had to bear the brunt of this. Didn’t make any strategy against Usman Khawaja Australia’s batsman Usman Khawaja troubled England bowlers a lot. Khawaja scored a double century in this match. The England team may have made a strategy against Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne. But Usman Khawaja overturned England’s best effort. Lack of spin bowler The first match played against Australia showed the lack of main spin bowler of England. There was a lot of pressure on Moeen Ali. Due to his finger injury, he could not bowl much. Batsmen lost early wickets England’s batsmen got off to a good start in the first Test of the Ashes series. But, the England batsmen lost their wickets early in the rush to score fast runs.

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