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Ashes 2023: How Strong Stuart Broad made David Warner Weak in Headingley

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Ashes 2023: How Strong Stuart Broad made David Warner Weak in Headingley
  • David Warner got conquered yet again on Thursday morning
  • Stuart Broad gave England the much-needed start
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The Ashes test match is going on. But the fans of David Warner didn’t expect this coming. 

Stuart Broad made David Warner fall into his trap in the third Ashes test match this Thursday. This gave the English opportunity to start with the best foot.

English got a head start. But Warner succumbed to Broad later. This nicked a delivery to Zak Crawley in the slips.

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This incident marked the 16th time where Warner lost his wicket to Broad. In cricket history, only four bowlers got a chance to dismiss a single batter on multiple occasions.

Throughout their cricket careers, Glenn McGrath of Australia managed to get Michael Atherton out 19 times, Alec Bedser took the wicket of Arthur Morris on 18 occasions, and the West Indies’ Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh managed to dismiss Atherton a total of 17 times.

David Warner and his fellow opener, Usman Khawaja, stepped out onto the pitch to loud boos. The Leeds crowd was quite hostile. The Australian national anthem was mostly respected. But the Headingley audience clarified their disrespect for the two players. This happened because the players took their positions at the crease.

The hostility intensified even more after Stuart Broad dismissed Warner in the first over. Before the match, even Pat Cummins was subjected to a few mocking remarks. This incident occurred when he took the field for the pre-match toss.

The controversy from the previous game between England and Australia has yet to die. Fans are still angry at the actions of Alex Carey. He was responsible for the questionable stumping of Jonny Bairstow at Lord’s. 

Having stepped out of his crease to speak with Stokes, Bairstow believed the ball was dead and had begun to scratch his mark. Unfortunately, Carey saw the opportunity to stump him, and the umpires ruled that the ball was still live.

The fans at Lord’s were outraged. Their hostility towards the Australian team followed them to Headingley. During the lunch break, the Australian players felt upset. This was because MCC members disrespectfully received them. The organization later had to apologize for its actions.

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