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Ashes 2021-22 Day 2 first test Gabba, Australia takes the lead.

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Warner’s inning helps Australia take the lead in a first test match at Gabba. But England Fight backs by taking quick 6 wickets in a session. Read about Ashes 2021-22 Day 2 first test Gabba. 

Warner and Marnus Labuschagne’s partnership help Australia take the most crucial lead in Ashes 2021-22 Day 2 first test Gabba. 156runs partnership between Warner and Marnus Labuschagne shifted the match towards Australia till tea day 2. But England, too fights back by taking six wickets in the quick short session. Woakes takes 1 wicket, Robinson takes three wickets, and Leach 1 wicket. 

Day 2 tea-time score Gabba test Ashes 2021-22:

After 65overs, Australia236runs and five wickets down. Australia lead by 89runs. They will surely try to extend the lead over 125 runs, giving them the upper hand in this first test match Ashes 2021-22. 

The question is, will England fight back from this situation and limit Australia below 275runs. They have to come back strong in 2nd inning to overpass the lead of Australia and score at least 300+runs in charge to give something to their bowlers to bowl in Gabba Pitch. 

England has the batters who can give a tough fight against a solid Aussie bowling lineup. Cummins, Starc, and Hazlewood will fire all cylinders to seal this match for Australia. This match will be interesting if England holds Aussie inning less than 275runs. If Australia surpasses 300 runs in the first inning, England will definitely come under mental pressure in 2nd inning. 

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England beat West Indies by one run in 2nd T20.

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England takes nail-bitter in last over. England beat West Indies by one in 2nd T20 at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. England beat West Indies by one run in 2nd T20. 

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moeen ali mom vs WI 2nd t20 2022

Akeal Hosein almost took the match away from England. 44runs of 16balls took the breath away from England. Just by one run margin England won the 2nd T20 match vs WI. 

Last over of 2nd T20 England vs WI:

Last over, it was needed 29runs, everyone, though the match is gone, Akeal Hosein came into the crease with different. Young West Indian smashed Saqib Mahmood for 28runs, including wd,0,4,4, wd,6,6,6. England beat West Indies by one run in 2nd T20. 

Moeen Ali MOM:

England batting first scored good 170runs. Moeen Ali became the man of the match in this T20 match. Moeen scored 31runs and took 3 wickets in his 4 overs. In bowling, also Moeen Ali gave only 24runs. The highest scorer from the England side was Jason Roy. He smashed 45runs off 31 balls before getting out. 

Last over Drama:

In reply, WI started poorly, losing two early wickets. Pooran and Bravo tried to steady the ship, but they got out after getting the start. Pollard, Holder, failed to score runs. Romario Shepherd did scare to England’s team, but he too got out after scoring 44runs. It came to last over where 29runs were needed. Hosein needed that Dhoni flair in him to get that. Dhoni has done that in IPL vs Axar Patel. He missed by just one run. It was a pure entertaining match. Everyone who watched the game would be happy to see such a close match after a long time. 

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Nadal beats Mannarino in an epic first-set tiebreaker at the Australian Open

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‘Anything could have happened there,’ says the narrator. ‘In the end, I got a small lucky.’

Rafa Nadal survived a massive first-set tiebreaker to beat fellow lefty Adrian Mannarino 7-6(14) 6-2 6-2 also advance to the Australian Open quarter-finals on Sunday. Nadal beats Mannarino remaining on course for a men’s record 21st Grand Slam title.

During a riveting 30-point tiebreaker that lasted nearly 30 minutes, Nadal and the Frenchman traded blows from the baseline. The first set lasted 1 hour also 21 minutes.

“The first set was very emotional,” sixth seed Nadal said at Rod Laver Arena after saving four set points in the tiebreaker. “Anything could have happened there,” says the narrator. But, in the end, I got a little lucky.

“Everyone understands how mentally (difficult) this game is. It was a hard one, also after that crazy 1st set, I think the break at the start of the 2nd set was crucial.”

Nadal beats Mannarino

Nadal beats Mannarino

Mannarino had lost both previous meetings with Nadal and entered the match fresh off a demanding third-round victory over Russian Aslan Karatsev that lasted four hours and 39 minutes.

The 69th-ranked Frenchman wilted after the energy-sapping first set under the blazing afternoon sun at Melbourne Park’s central show court, as Nadal went on to seal the win with an ace on his first match point.

“I said after that match he’s going to be a potential multi-Grand Slam winner,” Nadal said of the 22-year-old. “And I still believe that if he continues to improve, he will be a multi-Grand Slam winner.”

“He has a lot of incredible things in his game, and his results show it. So it’s tough to stop him when he’s playing well.”

Nadal, the only former champion still in the men’s draw, is tied on 20 majors with the injured Roger Federer. And nine-time Melbourne Park winner Novak Djokovic, deported before the tournament began.

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Nadal storms into the 4th round of the Australian Open

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Rafael Nadal storms decreased a set for the first time this year at the Australian Open, but he played his best match since returning from injury to beat Karen Khachanov and advance to the fourth round on Friday.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion raced out to a two-set lead and appeared on his course to a straight-set victory before the Russian 28th seed came back to win the third.

That jolted the sixth-seeded Spaniard into action, and he broke early to power home.

In a late-night match on Rod Laver Arena, Nadal won 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 in 2hr 50min and will face either Russian 18th seed Aslan Karatsev or Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in the round of 16.

“It’s an extraordinary week for me coming back from where I’ve been; every time I come back here to play is an extraordinary thing,” Nadal told the audience, referring to the foot injury that ended his 2021 season in August.

“I had without a doubt my best match since I returned.”

Nadal storms

Nadal storms

“I have been through a lot in the last year also a half, but nights like this convey everything to me. That is a lot of energy in my pocket to preserve going, to keep fighting every single day. In the first two sets, the big-hitting Russian had no answers for the quality of Nadal’s shotmaking.

With Nadal darting in sparkling form after his health or injury concerns in the months leading up to the year’s first major. Just as it appeared that Nadal was about to retire. Khachanov fought back to take the 3rd set and halt the Spaniard’s momentum.

But Nadal responded with a break in the fourth set, courtesy of a laser down-the-line backhand winner. That elicited a raucous fist-pumping celebration. From there, it existed all Nadal as he advanced to the round of 16 in Melbourne for the 15th time and the 51st time in Grand Slams.

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