Jonathan Marc "Jonny" Bairstow is an English cricketer, who plays internationally for England, domestically for Yorkshire, and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL.
After taking four wickets on day one of the fifth and final Ashes Test, Australian pacer Mitchell Marsh revealed that many people back home hate him for not cementing a place in the side after being given so many chances by the team management.
Australia retained the Ashes series as they won the fourth Test by 185 runs on the last day at Old Trafford Stadium here on Sunday.
Australia took two wickets in the second session of the final day of the fourth Test at Old Trafford as they moved within four wickets of winning the match and retaining the Ashes. Jos Buttler led the resistance for England with Craig Overton down the other end at Tea with England at 166/6.
Not a single ball could be bowled after lunch as England made the most of the seam-friendly conditions to dent Australia's top-order and leave them stuttering at 80/4 before showers forced a break to be taken early on Day 3 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test at Lord's on Friday.
England made the most of the seam-friendly conditions to dent Australia's top-order and leave them stuttering at 80/4 at lunch on Day 3 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord's on Thursday.
Rory Burns and Jonny Bairstow hit half centuries as England were all out for 258 before Australia struggled to 30/1 at stumps on Day 2 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord's on Thursday.
Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow helped England post 201/6 at Tea on Day 2 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord's on Thursday.
Former England opener and noted pundit Geoffrey Boycott was back commentating on the opening day of the first Ashes Test between England and Australia at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground and he took to Twitter to announce that it was fantastic to be back on the cricket ground.
It was England all the way in the opening session of the first Ashes Test between the hosts and Australia at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Thursday. After an inspired show by the duo of Stuart Broad (2/17) and James Anderson in the opening hour, it took some defiant batting from former skipper Steve Smith (23*) to take the visitors to lunch at 83/3 in 27 overs.
England and Australia are once again set to heat up the cricketing world when they face each other in the five-match Ashes series 2019 beginning August 1 at Edgbaston.