Ashes 2023 concludes with the series tied at 2-2

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Ashes 2023 concludes with the series tied at 2-2
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The Ashes 2023 concludes with the series tied at 2-2. On day five, England completely destroyed Australia’s batting, and Stuart Broad secured the game’s two winning wickets.

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Aus reached the aim of 384 runs on day 4. His Australian opponents played fantastic innings as every cricket fan would hope for. Australia was 135 without loss at Stump’s in the fifth Ashes Test against England as David Warner and Usman Khawaja held down the fort at the wicket.

On Monday, Warner and Khawaja will restart at their respective overnight scores of 58 and 69. Before being bowled out for 395 in their second innings at The Oval, England could only add six runs to their overnight score of 389/9.

In a fairytale finish to his career in Ashes 2023, Stuart Broad took the final two Australian wickets on Day 5 of the fifth Ashes Test, helping England cruise to a 49-run victory. Australia failed under duress in the last session after a strong start. Australia, who needed to score 384 runs to win, fell apart, going from 264-3 to 334. Stuart Broad, a paceman for England who is retiring, took the last victim. With the victory, England effectively overcame a series deficit of two to level the match 2-2.

Ashes 2023 concludes with the series tied at 2-2

Todd Murphy and Alex Carey were both caught by wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow as Broad, who was playing his farewell test, dismissed Australia for 334 and prevented them from winning the Ashes in England for the first time since 2001.

Australia advanced to 238-3 in their pursuit of 384 to win after winning the first two matches and keeping the urn when a two-hour rain delay interrupted play.

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