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Pietersen points out technical flaw in Marnus’ batting

Pietersen’s comments came after Marnus was dismissed by Stuart Broad in an identical manner in both innings of the first Ashes Test.

Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen spotted the same sending-off style of Marnas Labshagne against Stuart Broad on Day 4 of the first Test of the Ashes 2023, now underway collected. The world’s leading Test hitter passed the ball to goalkeeper Johnny Bairstow and was similarly dismissed by the veteran sailors in both innings.

Broad has mentioned using wobble seams and outswingers to counter the dynamic duo of Labskany and Steve Smith heading into Ashes 2023, and has worked well for England so far. are doing. Labskanyu was sent off for the golden duck in the first inning, but the right-hander sailor picked up the golden duck again in Australia’s late-night fourth chase to keep England’s hopes alive on the final day.

Kevin Petersen suggested that Labuchaneu shouldn’t attempt deliveries far off-stamp while facing Stuart Broad. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said:

“Look how far that ball can reach Marnus. I just think there’s a big technical error. He should be in this delivery.” No, you have to let it go.

Australia’s pacesetters continued their tenacity at the end of match day three in overcast conditions as England fell 28-2. Pat Cummins scored the reverse scoop on the first throw and Scott Vorland’s next over scored 16 runs to dispel any uncertainty.

For half a century no batsman scored in England’s second innings when Australia finished their innings after scoring 273 runs in 66.2 overs. By contrast, Australia ended the day with a score of 107/3 and with all the results remaining the test went on for the fifth day. The first test concludes on Tuesday 20th June, with both teams playing their second match at the legendary Lords on 28th June.



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