Dawid Malan's first Test century helped England take a good fight against Australia in the third Ashes Test in Perth. It was England's first innings total of 305 for four at close on Thursday.
Captain Joe Root won the toss and decided to bat first. England, after Malan's 110 not out, had the support of England. Because the WACA Stadium pitch in Perth was causing the batsmen a lot of trouble.
This helped England to post 131 for four. But Malen, with an unbeaten century, also played an unbeaten 174 with Johan Bairstow (75 not out). This is the highest partnership made by England in this year's Ashes.
England's openers Mark Stoneman finished with 56 runs. The decision given by the third umpire to be dismissed was also defective; But the Australian fielders have said that England's tension is low; Because three catches away from them and they also waste a chance to run out.
Malcolm made his first Test century in eight Test matches. David Warner could have been dismissed by a direct throw, but he would have gone back to 32 runs. After that Cameron Bancroft dropped his catch on 92 runs