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Ashes: A flurry of records took place in Hobart on the second day of the fifth test match, everyone from David Warner to Joe Root registered

The bowlers dominated on the second day of the fifth and last Test match of the Ashes series and some records were also made on this day.

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The fifth and final Test match of the Ashes series is currently being played between Australia and England in Hobart. England’s condition is bad in this match too. England’s innings failed once again on Saturday, the second day of the match. He restricted Australia for 303 runs but England were bundled out for just 188 runs in their first innings. During the second day’s play, some records have been made about which we are telling you. (AFP Photo)

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The second day started with an Australian innings and the hosts' off-spinner Nathan Lyon scored 31 runs and hit a total of three sixes.  This match is a day-night test match.  Till now no batsman before Nathan had hit more than two sixes in an innings of Day-Night Test match.  Seven batsmen hit two sixes each.  (AFP Photo)

The second day started with an Australian innings and the hosts’ off-spinner Nathan Lyon scored 31 runs and hit a total of three sixes. This match is a day-night test match. Till now no batsman before Nathan had hit more than two sixes in an innings of Day-Night Test match. Seven batsmen hit two sixes each. (AFP Photo)

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Joe Root scored 34 runs in the second innings.  With this, he also completed his 2000 runs in the Ashes series.  He has become the 30th player to achieve this milestone.  At the same time, in the 21st century, he is only the sixth player to do so.  Ricky Ponting, Kevin Pietersen, Michael Clarke, Alastair Cook and Steve Smith have done this before him.  (AFP Photo)

Joe Root scored 34 runs in the second innings. With this, he also completed his 2000 runs in the Ashes series. He has become the 30th player to achieve this milestone. At the same time, in the 21st century, he is only the sixth player to do so. Ricky Ponting, Kevin Pietersen, Michael Clarke, Alastair Cook and Steve Smith have done this before him. (AFP Photo)

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Root was dismissed by Australian captain Pat Cummins.  This was the eighth time that Cummins had taken Root's wicket in a Test.  In this regard, he has reached equal to his compatriot Josh Hazlewood.  Both have dismissed Root the most times in Tests.  (AFP Photo)

Root was dismissed by Australian captain Pat Cummins. This was the eighth time that Cummins had taken Root’s wicket in a Test. In this regard, he has reached equal to his compatriot Josh Hazlewood. Both have dismissed Root the most times in Tests. (AFP Photo)

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David Warner did not open the account in the first innings and he could not open the account in the second innings as well.  Warner became the victim of Stuart Broad in the second innings.  This is the 14th time in Tests that Broad has taken the wicket of Warner.  At the same time, if all the formats are seen together, then this is the total 17th time.  Four times Broad has dismissed Warner for zero.  (AFP Photo)

David Warner did not open the account in the first innings and he could not open the account in the second innings as well. Warner became the victim of Stuart Broad in the second innings. This is the 14th time in Tests that Broad has taken the wicket of Warner. At the same time, if all the formats are seen together, then this is the total 17th time. Four times Broad has dismissed Warner for zero. (AFP Photo)

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