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Marsh brothers’ put Aussies on top

Marsh brothers’ put Aussies on top

Nathan Lyon is welcomed as the 'key' bowler of Australia. After the Champions Trophy final against England, England will face the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.Australia lost by 303 runs in a huge margin. Then they lost by four wickets in the one-day match, 93 runs.The victory of England against England saw a finger injury for captain Joe Root, and his team won the series 4-0 on Monday's final day on Monday.Root was unbeaten on 24 runs. Jonny Bairstow is out with 17.Alistair Cook and Dwayne Malan took important wickets in the first wicket with Steyn's 31-ball innings in 19 overs.Australia defeated their first innings by 649 runs in 7 wickets and were preparing for two drought degrees against England.Mark Stonerman put Mitchell Starc on a wicket for a wicket and lost a review in the process and the next ball hit Cook at the hands of Marsh of Josh Hazelwood at the first slip.But he returned to the fray in the aftermath of Cooke's clashes.Cook was only one of six batsmen to score 12,000 Test runs in his innings, finishing with 376 runs from 47 runs.James Vince took a catch in the 15 overs, but after three runs, Patty Cummins took Steve Smith to the slip.When David Malan took the wicket of Lion, taking 5 wickets.Shaun and Mitchell Marsh became the third set of brothers to make centuries for Australia in the same innings.Marsh's sons Greg and Ian Chappell, associating with Steve and Mark Waugh for building the century of brothers for Australia, when it was eight months into Test cricket.Chappell was the first Australian brother to score a century in the same innings at The Oval in 1972 and Wag finished it against England in 2001 against the Oval.Century of Century in Century of Century in Century of Century by Mitchell MarshMitchell Marsh scored 101 runs with 141 balls and 15 fours and two sixes. Centuries in 181 runs in the third Test in PerthShane Watson scored 171 runs in the first innings of Australia's fourth century of the fourth century.Shaun Marsh eventually finished the lunch with 156 runs to put Stonarara straight into the dock.

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