Khaza returns to double century, England's thing is 368

He wasn’t in the platoon for nearly two and a half times. The last Test was played in August 2019. Also Usman Khawaja wasn’t seen in any format. Ultimately the Australian platoon got a chance. The Australian batsman of Pakistani descent made the return memorable.
Khwaja has scored a century in two successive innings in the fourth Test of the Ashes series in Sydney. After 136 runs in the first innings, this time the unbeaten innings of 101 runs. What could be more comforting return!
Australia declared their alternate innings at 265 for six with the help of Usman Khawaja’s alternate successive century. As a result, the target of palm in front of England is 36 runs. The game of the last session of the fourth day is going on.
England, who started the day with 256 runs for 6 lattices, finished the first innings with 294 runs. Johnny Bairstow, who was unbeaten on 103 the day ahead, could add just 10 runs to his side. The dream of returning to the battle of England wasn’t fulfilled as no bone from the lower order could accompany him.
Australia, who scored 418 in the first innings, took a 122- run lead to club for the alternate time. Still, this time they also lost 4 lattices for 7 runs.
From there, Khwaja and Cameron Green’s huge brace of 189 runs in the match back to the Aussies. Jack Leach ultimately broke the tie. The hosts declared the innings without detention when he returned the ball to Alex Carre.
Khwaja remained unbeaten on 101 off 138 balls with 10 boundaries and 2 sixes. In the first innings, he made 136 off 270 balls with the help of 13 fours.