England cricket team is on the verge of creating history if they can achieve this in the third Test against Australia in Ashes series. England and Australia are currently locking horns in Leeds where three innings of the game are complete. England is playing the last innings of the game and they need 146 runs to win at the time of publishing this story.
After winning the toss England decided to bowl first against Australia. English bowlers bundled out the visiting team for just 179 runs. What happened next, shocked everyone from fans to cricket experts. Australian bowlers demolished English batting attack and bowled them out for just 67 runs - the lowest total for England in Tests against Australia since 1948.
In the second innings, Australia with a lead of 112 runs scored 246 runs. England needed 359 runs to win the match which is more for the last innings. England after losing 4 wickets have scored 220 runs and need 139 runs at the time of publishing this story. England has never chased down a target more than 350 runs in the history of Ashes.