In a match between Australia and England on the fourth day of the second Test of the Ashes series, a surprising incident occurred when England fast bowler Stuart Broad bowled the 32nd over of the innings and Australia's Nathan Lyon was batting.
England's bowlers were trying to get wickets early when Australians were struggling to score runs. Only then, Stuart Broad delivered a pacer that it went straight to the helmet of Lyon. After this, all the players rushed towards Lyon.
Earlier in the first Test in Brisbane, England's skipper Joe Root was also hit in the same way when Starc delivered a high speed bouncer that hit directly on the Root's helmet. After which a portion of the Root's helmet was broken.
On the basis of good bowling performances of James Anderson (2/16) and Chris Woakes, England team managed to pack Australian team for just 138 runs in the second innings of the second Test. From this point, England need 354 runs to win and it has about one and a half days time.
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