England take on Australia in the second Ashes Test at the Lord’s Cricket Ground from Wednesday, June 28.
The Ashes 2023 got off to a feverish start with England and Australia going head-to-head in the first test of five days at Edgbaston. But skipper Pat Cummins scored a fine shot in the closing minutes of the game to give Australia an exciting two-wicket victory.
The second Ashes Test is set to begin at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Wednesday 28 June as England look to return to the series after announcing their squad for the match. Notably, veteran all-rounder Moen Ali was dropped from the squad and 25-year-old Josh Tang was added to the squad as England added Joe Root as a spin option and sought an all-out attack aimed at pace. That’s right.
In a video shared by the ECB on social media platforms, Josh Tan reflected on the moment and said he was really looking forward to being on the pitch and realizing his childhood dream. Stated.
“It feels incredible. Ever since I was little, I always wanted to be in the Ashes series. It’s a dream come true and I’m excited to get started,” Josh Tang said in the video. said in
“Anyone in the Ashes series will tell you this is special. I have been through it, so this is a special moment for me and my family.” “I can’t wait to be in front of a packed crowd at Lords, the home of cricket,” he added.
It just feels great to be accepted: Tongue
Despite his choice, this wouldn’t be the first time Tongue has been the center of attention with Rose, he recently had a one-off test. He made his international debut as England played. Battle of Ireland. Tongue also reflected on his performance against Ireland, where he took five wickets in the second innings.
‘I still don’t think the Irish test game went that deep. But taking the first two wickets in the first over put pressure on me. “It’s always special to win five wickets for Lords and be on the honors board,” said Tang.