England put 267 runs on the board by losing 4 wickets.
On day-2 of the 1st Test match at Edgbaston, England put 267 runs on the board by losing 4 wickets.
England’s Rory Burns scored his maiden Test hundred on the day-2 of the 1st Test match at Edgbaston.
Rory Burns scored 125 runs and he is still on the crease with Ben Stokes. At the end of day-2, England put 267 runs on the board and trail by 17 runs.
England lost their 1st opener Jason Roy, very early. After Roy’s wicket, England’s skipper Joe Root build a good partnership of 132 runs with Rory Burns. Pettle Siddle took Joe Root’s wicket when he was on 57 runs.
After Joe Root’s wicket, Australia took two quick wickets of Jos Buttler and Joe Denly. After losing four wickets, Ben Stokes build a good partnership of 73 runs with Rory Burns. Burns and Stokes are still on the crease.
On day-2, England played very well. Australia’s performance was not up to the mark on the day-2 of the Edgbaston Test match. On day-3, Australia needs two or three quick wickets of England. Otherwise, England will take the heavy lead.
Player of the day: Rory Burns
Rory Burns is the player of the day-2 of Edgbaston Test match. Rory Burns scored his maiden Test century. Burns scored 125 runs in 282 balls and he is still on the crease.
Burns becomes England’s second opener after Alastair Cook to bat out a full day in a home Test.