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The Power of One Ball: Stuart Broad’s Match-Winning Delivery in the Ashes 2023


During the last day of the Test match, England outplayed Australia with stunning scores, i.e., by 49 runs on July 31st. However, the five-match test series ended with a tie between Australia and England.

In an uplifting finish to his Test career, veteran England pacer Stuart Broad helped his country win the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval in London. Ben Stokes and company outperformed Australia by 49 runs on Day 5 of the fifth Test to tie the series (2-2).

The English team has played such a powerful game in the Ashes series against England. Broad took two wickets, one of which came on the game’s penultimate ball, when he sent Todd Murphy running to the pavilion to end it. The veteran said it was amazing to win the Ashes Test with the last ball wicket when he was asked about his last wicket. In his lengthy Test career, the 37-year-old finished strong with 604 wickets at an average of 27.68 from 167 games.

The way England had performed, dismissed, and destroyed Australia’s championship was commendable. “It was a fantastic game. The crowd was astounding. We immediately got on the back of that since it was so loud. Two wickets for the team is a really noteworthy contribution. “To take a wicket to win an Ashes Test match is pretty cool because when you make that choice, you never know what your last ball will be,” Broad told Sky Sports.

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