Australia completely dominated the ashes against the visitors by a 4-0 victory in the five-Test series, claiming the Ashes for the 35th time and wrapping up the final test on just session 3 of Day 3.
The hosts gave target of 271 to England and the visitors got bottled up on just 124 runs in the second innings of the final test of the Ashes. After England bundled out the Australian side just on 155 runs in their second innings, thanks to Mark wood who sent 6 Australian batters back to the pavilion.
Australia at 37/3 at Stumps, lead by 152 run in Hobart, after England bowled out for 188 : Australia vs England, 5th Ashes Test, Day 2 Report
It seemed that the visitors have a fair chance of claiming the first victory in the 5 match test series and England got off to a positive start while chasing 271-run on the Day 3 of the ongoing Ashes Test in Hobart. The opening 68-run opening partnership between Burns and Zak Crawley, who also top-scored for the English team with his 36-run knock.
Cameron Green came out of the syllabus for the visitors who made sure a comeback for the hosts in the game by picking up three wickets and reducing the England team to 101/5. Skipper Pat Cummins and Boland picked 3 wickets as After that there was not even a fighting spirit or fire from the English lower order as the whole match got wrapped up and the lower order was able to score just 23 runs.
Brief scores: Australia 303 (Travis Head 101; Stuart Broad 3-59) and 188/10 (Alex Carey 49, Steve Smith 27; Mark Wood 6-27) defeated England 188 (Chris Woakes 36; Pat Cummins 4-45) and 124 (Zak Crawley 36; Scott Boland 3/18) by 152 runs.
Australia won the series 4-0. Player of the Match: Travis Head. Player of the Series: Travis Head.
World Test Championship 2021/23: Points table after Ashes 2021/22