AUS vs ENG: Stuart Broad turns out to be third England cricketer to play 150 tests


On Thursday, fast bowler Sturat Broad became the third England cricketer to play 150 Tests when he stepped on the ground for the second Ashes matches versus Australia.

Broad is the 10th cricketer to arrive at the achievement of 150 games in the more extended arrangement. James Anderson (167) and Alastair Cook (161) are the other two Englishmen to have played in excess of 150 Tests.

Broad eliminated Marcus Harris in the initial meeting on the primary day of the day night Test to stamp the occasion. From that point forward, David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne endure an interesting stage.

Opening to bat first, Australia got off to an awful beginning as Broad struck in the eighth over to excusing Harris. It was abdominal muscle athletic catch from Joe Buttler as Australia lost their first wicket.



In the first session , Australia scored 45/1 out of 25 overs, with Warner and Labuschagne unbeaten on the wrinkle.

Steve smith is leading the team in Cummins' nonattendance. Debutant Michael Neser has been remembered for the playing XI, while Travis Head is the bad habit chief.



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