Marnus Labuschagne made a rare record in 3rd Ashes Test

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Australia are playing England in 3rd Ashes Test where they have been dominating the hosts with fairly chances of winning the game.

Marnus Labuschagne has made a rare record that usually doesn’t happen often as he recorded his both innings higher than England’s first innings in 3rd Ashes Test.

He became the only 5th player to achieve this rare feat, before him only four others have made it to.

He became the 4th Australian and 5th so far in the history of the Test cricket, four of them including him belong to Australia, namely Don Bradman, Mathew Hayden and Justin Langer. Justin Langer is currently is a Head Coach of Aussies as well.

He made 74 in the first innings while 80 runs in the second innings, both scores are greater than 67 scored by England in 3rd Ashes.

In the same Ashes series Australia is gaining huge boostup for the team as well as for the individuals, Steve Smith has reached to the No.2 in latest ICC rankings while Pat Cummins has equalled the record of great Glenn McGrath who made ratings of 914 as highest now equalled by Pat Cummins with top position in latest ICC rankings.

Travis Head, Josh Hazlewood are also among the boosted players who have made the most of English pitches more than hosts.

While on the other hand, England have been missing old Joe Root and proper openers as available options don’t work at the moment and lacking the Test skills especially Jason Roy who was in the top form before coming into Ashes.