Ashes: Aussie press and fans tear into Joe Root’s England side on day one

Aussie fans tear into Joe Root’s England side with hilarious memes following their abysmal batting show on day one of the primary Ashes Test,  after the captain received the toss and selected to bat











Australia fans have ripped into England following their disastrous first day of the Ashes Down Under.

Joe Root’s hapless outfit have been bowled out for 147 on day one of the primary Ashes Test in Brisbane with England collapsing to 29 for 4 after Rory Burns was dismissed first ball.

The Queensland Police led the Aussie mocking of their rivals on Wednesday morning and the Australian press and fans have piled in to tear into England’s abysmal day with the bat with hilarious memes on social media.  

One wrote alongside a constructing falling down: ‘I would not say @englandcricket’s first day within the #Ashes2021 is a whole catastrophe. After all, what’s much less widespread than an England batting collapse? If something, this simply units up the remainder of the tour for what each England fan ever expects. Failure.’ 

Meanwhile one other posted a gif of McLaren’s Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo dancing with the caption: ‘Me watching the England collapse.’ 

One fan posted a video of former Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg strolling out on the Emirates Stadium and bending down to the touch the turf earlier than heading again down the tunnel with the caption: ‘Rory Burns and Joe Root highlights.’ 

Australian fans have mocked England’s abysmal day with the bat on day one of the Ashes

While one other Australian outlet requested if ‘anybody had a time machine’ alongside a clip of England skipper Root successful the toss and opting to bat.

Starc’s first-ball dismissal of Rory Burns set the tone for the worst attainable begin to the collection for England, with Root out for a duck and Ben Stokes in a position to contribute simply 5. 

One fan mocked Burns by placing an image of his dismissal into a body and wrote: ‘Some issues simply belong within the Louvre…’ 

The headline on The Sunday Morning Herald’s lead story learn: ‘That time Starc knocked the England bloke over first ball,’ alongside an image of the Aussie bowler celebrating and 4 photographs of Rory Burns’ wicket being claimed altered into the identical image. 

A torrential downpour denied England the possibility to get better with the ball within the night session, leaving them hoping for extra unhealthy climate within the days forward. 

One Twitter account was fast to choose up on England’s want for rain as they wrote: ‘Joe Root caught exterior the Gabba doing a rain dance???’ with Root’s face superimposed over a baby’s whereas dancing.

Joe Root was dismissed for a duck on day one of Ashes first Test as England batted woefully

England fans have been lower than impressed after committing to staying as much as watch the Ashes

Mitchell Starc’s first ball dismissal of Rory Burns set the tone for the worst attainable begin

The Queensland Police pressure ridiculed Joe Root’s crew on Twitter and it was very a lot a good cop after England have been skittled for 147 in Brisbane.

‘Queensland Police are launching an investigation into a gaggle impersonating a Test batting order on the Gabba,’ they wrote.

The Queensland Police had earlier posted a witty ‘visitors replace’ taking part in on the names of the Australian gamers.

‘A big crowd for the primary take a look at so plan your Cummins and goings. We’d be Lyon if we mentioned there will be nothing however Green lights close to the Gabba. Don’t say we did not Warner.’

Queensland Police started the Ashes mockery after England’s batting collapse in Brisbane

The Queensland Police Twitter account was in good type as they posted a ‘visitors report’ impressed by the names of the Australian gamers 

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