Australia mentor Darren Lehmann accepts that losing the first Ashes Test in Cardiff was only a ” minor hiccup’ to their procedures and demands that his side will make a rebound in the progressing arrangement. Cardiff’s misfortune a ‘minor hiccup’, says Lehmann.
He likewise said that his squad represents perfect togetherness in four days and play better, adding that they have to demonstrate the control that is obliged to make huge keeps running on these English wickets and need to bat longer, Sport24 reported.
He included that it was a phenomenal open door for them to get once more into the notch and gain from the errors that they made in the first Test.
Australia were whipped by the hosts in Cardiff, enduring a 169-run rout with over a day to save.