ENGLAND might have already misplaced the Ashes however the followers had been nonetheless in full occasion mode at a packed out MCG.
The gang had been wearing some outrageous outfits as they celebrated Boxing Day with some thrilling cricket.
There was some full Christmas-themed fits on present as David Warner hit a century to present Australia a commanding lead on the opening day of the Fourth Check.
A cope of the Barmy Military appeared to be having the time of their lives dressed as St George, full with duplicate swords.
The compulsory Hawaiian shirts had been additionally dotted across the 87,000 followers who had been absorbing the summer season sunshine.
However the England gamers didn’t seem like they had been as excited because the followers as Australia took management of the match.
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Warner looked like he might agonisingly fall short of his century.
On 99, he lobbed a catch off England debutant Tom Curran straight to Stuart Broad at mid-on.
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But it was a no-ball and England’s joy instantly turned to exasperation. Warner went to three figures off the very next ball.
Australia finished the day on 244-3 with England having a lot to do on Day Two to try and get back into the Test.