On the opening day of the World Test Championship final, the Indian bowling attack was made fun of in front of Travis Head. Head scored a century in just 106 balls while batting with a ferocious approach. In this century, Head also attained a special position. In the WTC championship game, he scored a century, becoming the first batsman in history to do so.
Travis Head has a solid century in the World Test Championship match being played against India. In the WTC final, Head became the first batsman to reach a century. Head struck shots freely in all four corners of the field to reach his half-century in 60 balls, giving the impression that he was in excellent form right away. Head appeared even more intimidating after fifty, and he finished off his century in 106 balls.
First century in England
Not only did Travis Head score his first century on English soil in the World Test Championship final, but also elsewhere. Head previously scored 51 runs for his highest total on English soil, but he has since passed that mark.
Head oversaw the Kangaroo team's innings.
After David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne were removed from the game, Travis Head and Steve Smith effectively managed the Kangaroo team's innings. Head and Smith have scored 171 runs together for the fourth wicket as of the time of writing.
Poor beginning for Australia
The Australian team started off batting first after losing the toss, but they did not have a good start. In the fourth over of the innings, Siraj led Usman Khawaja to the pavilion without making a run. Following this, Warner and Labushen attempted to manage the innings and added 69 runs for the second wicket. Shardul Thakur broke up this partnership and sent Warner to the pavilion with a score of 43. Following this, Marnus Labushen also made 26 runs and was cleanly bowled by Mohammed Shami off his best ball.