England bowled out for 147 while Nasser Hussain praised captain Pat Cummins

Australia vs England 1st Test: The first Test of the historic Ashes series is being played between Australia and England at the Gabba in Brisbane. In this match, England captain Joe Root won the toss and decided to bat first. But his decision proved to be completely wrong and the England team was all out for 147 runs in their first innings. Captain Pat Cummins took the highest five-wicket haul for Australia.

After this strong performance of Australia, former England captain Nasser Hussain praised Australian captain Pat Cummins. Nasser Hussain said Australia captain Pat Cummins used the bowlers and himself well on the first day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba on Wednesday.

He further said that losing the toss was the best thing for Pat Cummins. Losing the toss proved to be a boon for Australia, as Cummins’s team bundled out England for 147 runs in 50.1 overs. Captain Pat Cummins took five wickets in the match.

Nasser Hussain wrote for Sky Sports, “It was a bad start for England. It was perfect for Australia to all out for 147. Also a good day for them, as they batted for half an hour after the rain. didn’t want to.”

The former England captain further said, “It was great to take five wickets for the new captain of Australia, Pat Cummins. Nothing could have been better for the Kangaroos.”


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