New Delhi: The Australian team has returned from the fourth Test, recovering from a disappointing defeat in the third Test. Australia lost the match to the hosts in the third Test played in Leeds. The team performed brilliantly in the fourth Test played in Manchester, beating the hosts by 185 runs. Australia has retained the Ashes after winning this Test and have gone 2–1 in the Test series.
Australia had given England a big target of 383 runs and needed 8 wickets on the fifth day. Tim Paine's bowlers once again performed well and piled the England team on 197 runs. For Australia, Pat Cummins took 4 wickets, Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon took 2-2 wickets. Stark and Labushen got 1–1 wicket. Australia needed 8 wickets on the fifth day of the day and gave England their first blow of the day by Pat Cummins, who bowled Jason Roy on a personal score of 31 runs.
After 32 balls, Australia achieved great success as the wicket of Ben Stokes, who was caught by Pat Cummins on a very beautiful ball by captain Tim Paine. Although Joe Denley completed his half-century, Nathan Lyon also ended his game at 53 runs. Australia's victory in the Manchester Test was the hero Steve Smith who scored a magnificent double century in the first innings. Smith scored 211 runs while in the second innings Smith scored 82 runs. This win is considered very important for Australia.