Ashes Test: Jos Buttler takes ‘Superman’ catch down leg-side

Ashes Test: Jos Buttler the England wicketkeeper took a stunning catch behind the stumps to send Marcus Harris off the second Ashes Test. Buttler dove at full stretch to his right to take a one-handed blinder. In Australia, the opener edged it down the leg-side off Stuart Broad. England made their first breakthrough in the Day-Night Test with this catch. Harris walked off for 3 off 28 deliveries at the Adelaide Oval. After winning the toss, Australia chose to bat. The early proceedings, however, were dominated. As Australia failed to score, the bowlers stepped up.

In the first session, the hosts were 15/1 at Drinks. Stuart Broad rapped David Warner and Harris on the pads several times. However, England lost two reviews as a result of the procedure. Harris has already survived a scare after being handed LBW. However, a closer examination revealed that the ball was lacking stumps. Broad persisted and eventually got his guy. Harris damaged his delivery with a back of a length delivery.

Ashes Test: Jos Buttler takes 'Superman' catch down leg-side

Pat Cummins

Ashes Test: In the absence of Cummins, Steve Smith leads the team in Adelaide. Cummins did not violate any biosecurity protocols, according to Cricket Australia. He was placed in isolation as soon as he was made aware of the situation, ahead of the second Ashes Test. Without Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, Australia will play the second Ashes Test. And their two top pacers have been replaced by Jhye Richardson and Michael Neser, a rookie.

Ashes Test: Meanwhile, England brought back James Anderson and Stuart Broad in place of Mark Wood and Jack Leach. Australia came into the match leading The Ashes 1-0. And they have won the opener in Brisbane.

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