England Fans On Twitter Go Berserk After Jonny Bairstow Scores 100 In Ashes

The fourth match of the ICC World Test Championship series between the Australian cricket team and the England cricket team is currently underway at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney. In the first innings of the Australian cricket team, the fans saw a fantastic century from their returning batter Usman Khawaja, who scored a century. Later in the match, Jonny Bairstow notched up a ton for the England cricket team in their first innings.

The England cricket team’s top-order failed once again in The Ashes 2021/22 series as the visitors found themselves reeling at 36/4 at one stage. The Australian cricket team batted first and posted a 416-run total before declaring their innings. Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow then came to the rescue of the visitors.

They were all fired up after some sledging from the fans in attendance at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The two England cricket team batters stitched up a brilliant partnership of 128 runs as the visitors fought back. Ben Stokes lost his wicket soon after completing his half-century, but Jonny Bairstow kept going and completed his first hundred of the year.


Pat Cummins made it tough for the England cricket team’s wicket-keeper batter when he was in his 90s. He bowled outside off deliveries and the fielders fielded well, but Bairstow hit a boundary on the third-last ball of Day 3 as he celebrated his century and ended the day with 103 runs to his name.

Jonny Bairstow became the first England cricket team player to score a 100 in this series

It has been a forgettable series for the England cricket team so far in Australia, but Jonny Bairstow’s century has given them something to cherish. The local fans were elated to see the first century from their side, and here’s how the England cricket team fans reacted on Twitter.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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