James Vince and Mark Stoneman half-centuries keep England stable after Alastair Cook and Joe Root fall cheaply on opening day of Ashes in Australia

Nathan Lyon talked the talk in the most feverish way imaginable ahead of this first Test but he walked the walk at the Gabba today when he pulled off a breathtaking run out just when Australia needed it most.
James Vince, picked on a hunch for this Ashes tour by coach Trevor Bayliss, was playing the innings of his life on his recall to the England side and was closing in on a first Test century in the most demanding of environments.
Then Lyon, who had said crudely this week that he wanted to end English careers in this series, gathered the ball in the covers and threw down the stumps with a... read more

23 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail

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