The Ashes is the most-watched test series in the world, this great league has a history of more than a decade, The Ashes dates back the first-ever series in 1882-83. players from both the sides, England and Australia play their hearts out for this cup.
By far, Australia is the most successful Team in the series with 33 series wins till date, England has won 32 series and just Missed the spot by 1 series compared to Australia’s 33 series wins.
The Ashes has seen some of the greatest players in the history of cricket like Don Bradman, Graham Coach, Steve Waugh, Alan Border and etc. whenever the series is played there will be a great pressure on both the sides and crowd booing the visitor side has become very common in the Ashes.
Recently, Amazon Prime Video has published a short video from their upcoming documentary series. Cricket Australia, on Wednesday, posted a trailer of Amazon’s docuseries that will provide a behind-the-scenes look at their Men’s team over 18 months.
This documentary series will cover the fall of Australian Cricket after the ball-tampering scandal at cape town when the skipper Steve Smith, David Warner, and Cameron Bancroft got banned.
and the series will end by showing the victory of 2019 Ashes after Smith’s and Warner’s comeback into the squad, Initially, Warner has struggled a lot to get into the form in the test cricket though he performed well in the IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad and in ODI’s.
The series includes the English crowd boong the Australian squad to the deathly bouncers Smith has faced from Jofra Archer in the 2019 Ashes. the short clip included the emotions of the team and the pressure felt by steve smith after losing his wicket.
watch the short video clip released by the Amazon with the behind scenes below
Watch the Documentary Trailer:
👀 SPECIAL SNEAK PEEK 👀
Watch the dramatic scenes unfold in the Aussie camp during the epic Ashes battle between Steve Smith and Jofra Archer at Lord's.
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— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 15, 2020