Dogged resistance from Root and Denly restored batting pride as they shared a gritty 126-run partnership for the third wicket.
"What the hell is going on with this England team? How do you expect to win the Ashes with that sort of batting?", Boycott wrote in his column
Fancying his side's chances of triumphing in the ongoing encounter, Hazlewood said: "I guess we might be starting a few scars there."
Hazlewood registered the seventh five-wicket haul of his career in a devastating spell of fast bowling as England could survive merely 27 overs.
"I don't need to run in and bowl 90 mph every spell to get wickets. There will be times in Test matches you have to focus on hitting your length."
Archer completely dismantled the Australia batting lineup driving home the message that his addition has truly galvanized England's bowling attack.
The scoreline for the Ashes may read 1-0 in favour of Australia but it is hosts England who head into the third Test buoyed with a spirited effort.
The 29-year-old opener was struck by a throw-down from ex-England international Marcus Trescothick.
"We're here to win the Test match, not to see how many bruises we can give. That's not winning Test matches, trust me."
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