David Warner, Cameron Bancroft complete formalities on Day 5 to give Australia 1-0 lead in Ashes [Photos]

Catch the best photo highlights from the 1st Ashes Test as Australia thrash England by 10 wickets at The Gabba

FirstCricket Staff November 27, 2017 17:48:10 IST
David Warner, right, pumps his fist, after and he and his opening partner Cameron Bancroft took Australia to a 10-wicket victory over England in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba in Brisbane, Australia. AP
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David Warner, right, pumps his fist, after and he and his opening partner Cameron Bancroft took Australia to a 10-wicket victory over England in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba in Brisbane, Australia. AP
English captain, Joe Root congratulates Australia's opening duo Warner and Bancroft after the home side took 1-0 lead in the 5-match series. England will be desperate to turn things around in the next Test at Adealiade. AP
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English captain, Joe Root congratulates Australia's opening duo Warner and Bancroft after the home side took 1-0 lead in the 5-match series. England will be desperate to turn things around in the next Test at Adealiade. AP
The fate of the match was decided at the end of fourth day's play with the Aussies requiring only 56 runs to their overnight total of 114 on Day 5 with all 10 wickets intact. AFP
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The fate of the match was decided at the end of fourth day's play with the Aussies requiring only 56 runs to their overnight total of 114 on Day 5 with all 10 wickets intact. AFP
Debutant Bancroft had the honours of hitting the winning runs off Chris Woakes bowling in the first Test. AFP
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Debutant Bancroft had the honours of hitting the winning runs off Chris Woakes bowling in the first Test. AFP
Experienced bowling duo of James Anderson, left, and Stuart Broad too couldn't make inroads in the Australian batting line up in the 2nd innings. AP
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Experienced bowling duo of James Anderson, left, and Stuart Broad too couldn't make inroads in the Australian batting line up in the 2nd innings. AP
Australia offspiner Nathan Lyon scalped five English wickets in the first Test. AFP
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Australia offspiner Nathan Lyon scalped five English wickets in the first Test. AFP