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ENGLAND have tumbled to a crushing defeat in the First Test after a pathetic batting collapse on the fourth day.
The hope have generated by the third-wicket partnership between Joe Root and Dawid Malan quickly evaporated and England ended up being thrashed by nine wickets.
It means their hopes of regaining the Ashes – remember, the Aussies hold the little urn – are somewhere between slim and non-existent.
England’s batsmen self-combusted with a series of anaemic shots and their last eight wickets fell for just 74 runs.
Captain Root admitted: “It’s very frustrating because we worked really hard to get ourselves back in the game and we knew how important it was to try to get through to the new ball today unscathed.