Marnus Labushen, number one before the Test, is yearning to put Fifty, the figures are very bad
Marnus Labuschagne in last 10 Test innings: These days Ashes 2023 is being played between England and Australia. The second Test of the series is in progress at the Lord’s ground in London. So far, no big innings has been seen from Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne in both the Test matches. In the first innings of the second match, he missed his half-century by 3 runs. Apart from this, he has failed in all the four innings of the Ashes so far.
On the other hand, if you look at the last 10 innings of Labushen, only one half-century has come out of his bat. He has been yearning for Fifty for a long time. Labushen had scored the last fifty (63 *) in the fourth match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy played on the tour of India in February-March. Since then his bat has appeared silent. Labushen has returned to the pavilion once in the last 10 innings without even opening an account. In these 10 innings, Labushen has faced India 6 times and England 4 times.
This was the performance in the last 10 innings
- Against India – 31 runs.
- Against India – 28 runs.
- Against India – 3 runs.
- Against India – 63* runs.
- Against India – 26 runs.
- Against India – 41 runs.
- Against England – 0 runs.
- Against England – 13 runs.
- Against England – 47 runs.
- Against England – 30 runs.
Labushen was earlier the number one batsman in the ICC Test rankings, but due to poor performance, his ranking has dropped to 3rd. At the same time, Joe Root of England has occupied the number one position, while Kane Williamson is at number two.
Labushen’s international career has been like this so far
Labushen has so far played 39 Tests, 30 ODIs and 1 T20 International match in his international career. In 68 innings of Test, he has scored 3474 runs at an average of 55.14. Apart from this, he has scored 847 runs in ODIs at an average of 31.37. At the same time, Labushen has scored 2 runs in his only T20 match.
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