Australia led the second day of the third Ashes Test at Headingley with a whopping 283 runs. They are now in a favorable position to retain the Ashes after bowling England 67 runs in the first inning on Friday.
In the first day, Australia totaled 179 in the first inning and trailed 1-0 in the five-match series. England gave up cheap wickets and was eliminated in 12 test innings in Leeds.
England batsman Joe Denly top the scoring on their side with 12 runs, the lowest ever for England batsman. Marnus Labuschagne spearheaded Australia Lead in winning the test. Now England hope is to draw the Ashes while Australia looks forward to retaining.