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Usman Century IT Is Called Comeback Khawaja Century In The Second Innings As Well

Usman Khawaja century in Both Innings:- Usman Khawaja completed his century in 131 balls with the help of 10 fours and 2 sixes in the second innings against England at Sydney Cricket Ground. He scored 137 runs in 260 balls with the help of 13 fours in the first innings

Australian batsman Usman Brilliant Scored An unmatched Century

Usman Khawaja's prasie is less. Australia batsman Usman Khawaja was included in the playing XI for the first time in the fourth Test of the Ashes series since 2019 and this batsman scored an unmatched century in the first innings. After that, in the second innings too, he scored a century in a stormy manner. He competed in 313 balls with the help of 10 fours and 2 sixes. He scored 137 runs in 260 balls with the help of 13 in the first innings.

The More Praise Khawaja is, the Less

With this, Khawaja has joined the list of those special players. Who has done wonders of scoring a century in both the innings of a match? He is only the third batsman to score a century in both innings of a Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Before him, Australia's Kevin Douglas Walters had scored 242 and 103 against West Indies in 1969. Wheras former captain Ricky Ponting scored 120 and 142 not out against South Africa in 2006.

Got a Place in The Team Only Due to Travis Head being found corona positive

When he was on 101, only after the wickets of Cameron Green (72) and Alex Carey (0) fell, Australia declared the second innings at 256 for 6 wickets. In this way, England got a difficult target of 388 runs. Khawaja got a place in the team only after Travis Head was found to be Corona positive. Pakistani-origin Usman Khawaja grabbed the opportunity with both hands and hit a century in both innings. Usman, who came to bat after Marnus Labuschagne's dismissal, scored fast.

Was Made The Savior In The First Innings

During his Innings of 137 runs in 206 balls, 35-year- old Usman Khawaja played the role of facilitator for Australia. He made a Century partnership with Steve Smith (67). Seeing the wicket falling from one end, Khawaja completed his century in 201 balls with the help of 11 fours, he was given life on the score of 30 when Joe Root dropped his catch on the ball of jack leach. Usman Khawaja also completed 3000 Test runs with this innings. His innings of seven hours were ended by Stuart Broad.

England's Innings Reduced To 294 Runs

Australia bundled out England's first innings for 294 runs on the back of a strong performance by Scott Boland ( 36/4). The remaining 3 England batsmen returned to the pavilion in the first hour of the fourth day of the Ashes series at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Jonny Bairstow, who remained unbeaten on the third day, scored 113 runs in 158 balls with the help of 8 fours and 3 sixes, while Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon also took two wickets each.

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