David Warner was caught doing crossword puzzles while sitting on Lord’s balcony

David Warner caught doing crossword puzzles while sitting on Lord’s balcony during the first session of the second Test on Day 2. On Day 2, Australia was bowled out for 416 in the first innings.

Star Australia batsman David Warner terrific outing in the first innings of the second Test of the Ashes 2023 at Lord’s, scoring 66(88). His innings featured eight fours and a six, and he and Usman Khawaja put together a 73-run first-wicket stand. In the second session, Warner’s innings was interrupt by a nasty inswinger from Josh Tongue, which shattered his stumps.

Meanwhile, as Australia resumed their innings on Day 2. The David Warner caught doing crossword puzzles during the first session. Warner’s relaxing time, however, was short-lived, as Australia were hustled out for 416 in the first session.

Carey (11*) at the crease. Carey dismiss early in the day, much to their chagrin. When he caught in front of the stumps by Stuart Broad. Mitchell Starc came in next, but he couldn’t help Smith as he edged James Anderson to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.

Smith, on the other hand, reached his 32nd Test century with a boundary through covers against Anderson. Tongue’s delivery to Ben Duckett at Gully was also edging the 34-year-old. Captain Pat Cummins once again contributed significantly deeper down the order, with an undefeated 22.

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England get off to a good start in second innings

Josh Tongue was England’s first-choice bowler, with figures of 3/98 in 22 overs. On the other hand, Ollie Robinson (3/100) and Joe Root (2/19) both took wickets.

In response, England got off to a flying start, with openers Zak Crawley (48) and Ben Duckett adding 91 runs for the first wicket. Nathan Lyon struck first for Australia, stumping Crawley in the second session. England were 145/1 at tea, with Ollie Pope (32) and Duckett (62) on the crease.

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