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During the fifth Ashes test, Michael Vaughan spoke about Australia

<p>The last Ashes 2023 Test at The Oval had arguably of Australia’s poorest batting, according to former England captain Michael Vaughan, who also said that he had never seen the Australians play with such anxiety.</p>
<p>After being bowled out for 295 in the last moments of play on Friday, Steve Smith’s half-century, combined with crucial contributions from skipper Pat Cummins and off-spinner Todd Murphy, helped Australia grab a 12-run lead over England.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-101537″ src=”” alt=”” width=”1243″ height=”696″ srcset=” 300w,×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1243px) 100vw, 1243px” /></p>
<p>Australia maintained a cautious demeanor throughout Day 2 as England’s seamers bowled with incredible control and precision.</p>
<p>“They are carrying the urn home, but Australia has never played with such terror. According to Vaughan, they often act thus aggressively and strive to advance the game.</p>
<p>They just sat in the batting position for a protracted length of time without realizing that pressure must be applied to the bowlers. The way Australia batted this morning, in my opinion, was the worst I’ve ever saw Australia do. He said, “They never play like that.</p>
<p>Stuart Broad of England, who took 2-49, said that he was unsurprised by the visitors’ strategy.</p>
<p>They continued to play in the manner that has been quite effective for many years. We don’t want other teams to copy our style of play, Broad remarked.</p>
<p>“For us, it simply works incredibly nicely. The fact that Australia is the current global Test champions and had an undefeated home summer did not prompt them to alter their playing strategy, he said.</p>

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