Sacrificing Ashes for a World Cup win appears worthwhile for England | Vic Marks

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It was not a perfect summer and the Test side requires work but Trevor Bayliss delivered the prize England coveted the most

After it was all over there were smiles rather than jubilation at the Oval and a few sighs of relief – from both sides. Australia were content, having retained the Ashes; England could take comfort from what was almost a copybook victory in the final Test, which allowed them to square the series. The England side might have crumpled after the defeat at Old Trafford but they came back strongly with Joe Root overseeing everything adroitly in the field; the Australians needed more than 103 runs in the match from Steve Smith.

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Written by Vic Marks
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/sep/16/england-sacrificing-ashes-for-world-cup-win-appears-worthwhile under the title “Sacrificing Ashes for a World Cup win appears worthwhile for England | Vic Marks”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.