One of the venturous opposition for any team across the globe, Australia, is still venturous, but that is not good enough to win every match as they have done earlier. Aussies’ skipper Ricky Ponting, under gigantic pressure, must be thinking about how to convince his countrymen and how to face media reporters, after his team’s unpredictable horrible collapse in fourth battle of Ashes at MCG.
James Anderson and Chris Tremlett, men of Strauss, were the responsible for Aussie’s historical damage and were responsible for England’s magical bounce back. Boxing day of Australia turned into a voracious day when these two visitors have distinguished themselves as a dominant by catastrophic bowling arts. They pulled the plug of Aussie’s momentum from the first till last wicket by claiming four wickets each. They dismissed Ponting’s men on just 98 runs, the lowest Ashes total of Australia since 1968 and also lowest against English team since 1936 at home.
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