Melbourne: India Declared Innings On 443/7 On The Second Day, Scored More Than 400 Runs In Australia After 4 Years

Melbourne: India Declared Innings On 443/7 On The Second Day, Scored More Than 400 Runs In Australia After 4 Years

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On the second day of the third Test against India, Australia scored eight runs without losing wickets in the first innings. Aaron Finch was unbeaten on three and Mark Harris was unbeaten on five runs. Earlier, captain Virat Kohli declared the Indian innings at 443 for seven wickets. At that time Rohit Sharma was unbeaten 63 runs. Pat Cummins top-scored with three wickets from Australia. Mitchell Starc took 2 wickets, while Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon were successful in taking 1-1 wickets.

Melbourne: Cheteshwar Pujara Scored 68 Runs And Captain Virat Kohli Scored 47 Runs Were Not Out

Melbourne: Cheteshwar Pujara Scored 68 Runs And Captain Virat Kohli Scored 47 Runs Were Not Out

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India scored 215 for two in the first innings of the third Test against Australia. 68 and captain scored 47 not out after the first day’s play ended. Earlier, opener Mayank Agarwal hit a half-century in the debut test. He played 76 innings. Mayank became the 7th Indian to have half-century in the debut test on Australian soil. On the other hand, Hanuma Vihari, who made the opening in this match, could score only 8 runs. Pat Cummins took wickets of both openers.

 

Third Test: Kohli Said To The Batsmen – The Runs We Are Making Will Not Help The Bowlers

Third Test: Kohli Said To The Batsmen – The Runs We Are Making Will Not Help The Bowlers

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  • Kohli said – we have to do better as a team.
  • The third Test between India and Australia will be played on December 26.

Melbourne: The third match of the four-test series between India and Australia will be played in Melbourne on Wednesday. On Tuesday before the Test, Indian captain asked for better performance of fellow batsmen. He said, “The bowlers cannot do everything, we will not get help from the runs we are making, we have to bat better and make runs, everyone knows that our bowlers have performed well. It is necessary that we support them.”

Need to make a progression in the opposition in the first innings: Kohli said, “If we do not get bat first, then the runs created by the opposition will have to be followed, at least we will have to reach. After the big scores are leveled, the match remains only for the second innings.”

Kohli, who scored a century in the Perth Test, said, “The batsmen have to bat well together. I do not tell anyone whether to run or not, but as a team, we have to do better.”

The Indian captain said neither the Adelaide victory over his team nor the defeat of Perth would have any effect. Kohli said, “As a team, I do not think there is any effect on being 2-0 ahead or behind and 1-1. Whatever happened is old. We are focusing on the next two matches.”

Kohli has scored 177 runs in 44.25 in four innings of two Tests. He is the second batsman to make the most runs in this series. Next to him is Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara scored 222 and third processor Ajinkya Rahane has scored 164 runs at an average of 41.

Mitchell Johnson Also Jumped Into The Virat – Paine Debate Controversy, They Said Indian Captain Is Rude

Mitchell Johnson Also Jumped Into The Virat – Paine Debate Controversy, They Said Indian Captain Is Rude

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  • Johnson said – fails to get audiences in Perth.
  • Australian captain Paine said: ‘I do not bother with Kohli’s behavior’.

Melbourne: In the second Test between India-Australia in Perth, Mitchell Johnson also jumped into the controversy between Indian captain Virat Kohli and his Australian counterpart . The former fast bowler of Australia said that Virat’s actions in Perth show that the Indian captain is rude and stupid. Johnson wrote in Fox Sports column in his column, after the match is over, you should see in each other eyes, join hands and have the courage to say that ‘good game’ happened.

Virat could not see in Paine’s eyes: Johnson: He wrote, “Virat Kohli did not do this with Tim Penn when the match was over. He joined hands with the Australian captain, but he could not see in the Paine’s eyes. I think it is a rude way.”

Australia Tour: Prithvi Shaw Is Out Of The Test Series, Mayank Agarwal Will Replace Him.

Australia Tour: Prithvi Shaw Is Out Of The Test Series, Mayank Agarwal Will Replace Him.

  • Before the Adelaide Test, Prithvi was injured during the practice match.
  • National selectors linked Hardik Pandya with the Indian team.

Sports Desk: Due to injury, Prithvi Shaw couldn’t play the first Test and will not be played in the next two Tests in Australia. His injury has not been cured. Mayank Agarwal has been included in the team. It has been confirmed in the International Council (ICC) statement. Earlier, Team India coach Ravi Shastri expressed the hope that the earth would be fully fit till the Boxing Day Test. The third test series (Boxing Day Test) will be played in Melbourne from December 26 to 30.

Mayank could not make a place in the last-11 Test series against the West Indies: National selectors have added all-rounder Hardik Pandya to the team for the remaining two Tests. According to the statement of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), Opener Prithvi Shaw is unable to recover from his injury. He is out of the Test series.

Mayank Agarwal was also selected in the Indian team for the home Test series against the West Indies, but then he did not get the chance of debuting. 27-year-old Mayank has been performing well in domestic cricket for a long time.

Both the openers of India have not been successful in proving themselves in the current Test series. In the third test, if the Prithvi were fit, he would play instead of Lokesh Rahul or Murali Vijay. However, after being dropped out, Mayank may now get a chance to test debut.

Team India for 3rd and 4th Test:

(captain), Ajinkya Rahane (vice-captain), Murali Vijay, Lokesh Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari, Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant (wicketkeeper), Parthiv Patel (wicketkeeper), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammad Shami, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Jaspreet Bumrah, Bhubaneswar Kumar, Hardik Pandya and Mayank Agarwal.

Century Partnership For The First Wicket Against India For The First Time This Year, Australia 277/6

Century Partnership For The First Wicket Against India For The First Time This Year, Australia 277/6

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  • Aaron Finch and Marcus Harris put on a half-century, both of which shared a century for the first wicket.
  • Travis Head played 58 and Shaun Marsh scored 45 runs.
  • In the first Test of this series, India defeated Australia by 31 runs.

Sports Desk: Australia has scored 277 runs for six wickets till the end of the first day of the second Test against India. Australia decided to bat first before winning the toss. Opener Marcus Harris scored the highest score of 70 runs. At the same time, Travis Head played 58 and Aaron Finch scored 50 runs. Ishant Sharma and Hanuma Vihari took 2-2 wickets from India. Jaspreet Bumrah and Umesh Yadav got one success.

Australian opener Finch and Harris gave the team a strong start. Both shared a 112-run partnership for the first wicket. This is the first-century partnership for the first wicket in Test against India this year. Finch scored 50 off 105 balls and Harris contributed 55 runs in 108 balls. 7 runs in Extra. Finch made his second half-century of his career.

Finch got beaten 2 times on Shami’s ball: Mohammed Shami thrashed 12th over of Australian innings This was his first over in this test. He made a strong appeal to LBW against Aaron Finch on the first ball, but the umpire did not get out. talked with Shami and took the DRS on this. However, Finch is not out in the review. Shami again beat Finch on the next ball.

Australia wickets:

First: Jaspreet Bumrah hit LBW off Finch on the second ball of 36th over. Bumrah was unable to understand the ball coming inside and tried to hit on-drive, but the ball hit the ball instead of the ball. But the ball hit to his pads instead of the bat.

Second: Usman Khawaja, who came to bat after Finch’s dismissal, could not stay long enough. He shared just 18 runs with Harris. Khwaja was caught by Rishabh Pant at the private score of 5 runs.

Third: Opener Harris, who was batting better against fast bowlers, was uncomfortable in front of the spin. Hanuma Vihari, the only part-time spinner involved in the Indian team, was constantly troubling them. In the 49th over of the innings, Hanuma’s ball reached the Harris with a bounce, which he could not handle. The ball went into the hands of Ajinkya Rahane in the slip from his bat.

Fourth: Ishant got his first success in the first ball of the 55th over after tea. He caught Peter Handscomb to Kohli’s hand. Handscomb scored 7 runs off 16 balls.

Fifth: Hanuma got second success in the 77th over. Shaun Marsh got caught on the crease by Rahane. Marsh scored 45 runs in 98 balls with 6 boundaries.

Sixth: Ishant sent Travis Hayden to the pavilion in the 83rd over. Head made the third half-century of the career. Ishant’s ball was caught by Shami on head third man. He shared a 84-run partnership with Marsh for the fifth wicket.

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Second Test: Our Favorite Pitch At Perth, Our Bowlers At 142 Shocks At Two Foreign Tours: Bharat Arun

Second Test: Our Favorite Pitch At Perth, Our Bowlers At 142 Shocks At Two Foreign Tours: Bharat Arun

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  • The second Test between India and Australia will be played today at Perth’s Optus Stadium.
  • Indian fast bowlers took 14 wickets in the first match of the four-match series.

Perth: Our bowlers did well in the first match against Australia. This year, all bowlers have performed brilliantly on foreign tours. In South Africa, the bowlers have 60, while England has 82 wickets. , the bowling coach of the Indian team, said this. Team India beat Australia by 31 runs in the first Test. The second match will be played in Perth from December 14.

Bumrah, Bhubaneshwar, Shami, Ishant are performing well: Bharat Arun said, “Bowlers also hit 20 wickets in the first Test in Adelaide. Jaspreet Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Ishant Sharma, and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have improved their bowling. They are consistently performing well. ”

He said that when the bowlers fall on the net then they fulfill them according to their plans. We have to see how well they are doing their plans. The feedback they get here improves further.

Regarding Perth’s new pitch, Arun said that our bowlers like to bowl on such a wicket. If we talk about the performance of players on overseas tour this year, then our fast bowlers are on top.

The bowling coach of the Indian team said that Shami was at number-one with 36 wickets. Bumrah is second with 34 wickets and Ishant is at number three with 29 wickets. Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin also has 24 wickets in hand.

If India Wins One Of The Next Two Tests, It Will Be The Best Performance Of 86 Years Abroad

If India Wins One Of The Next Two Tests, It Will Be The Best Performance Of 86 Years Abroad

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  • Test Series: Team India have to play two Test matches this year in Australia.
  • Since 1932, the Indian team has not won more than three matches in a year abroad.
  • In 2018, Team India won three out of 9 matches and won the most three matches in 1968.

New Delhi: The Indian team has started well by defeating Australia by 31 runs in the first Test. This is the third win of the team in the year 2018 on foreign soil (outside of Asia). The team has two Tests and plays in Australia this year. If one of these teams wins a single fight then it will be the best performance in foreign countries in 86 years. The fourth and final test of the series is to be held in January 2019. The team has never won four Tests in a year on foreign soil. In 1968, the team had the most three wins.

Team India played the first Test overseas against England in Lords in 1932. This match was lost by Team India by 158 runs. The second Test against Australia will be played from December 14 and the third Test will be played on December 26.

Played 10 or more matches for the third time in a year: The Indian team will play 10 or more Test matches for the third time in a year on overseas soil. Team India has won three out of 9 matches played so far in 2018 while six matches are lost. There are two matches left. Earlier in 2014, the team could win only one of 10 matches, while the six matches were lost. There were three combat draws. In 2002 India played 11 matches. Two won while five were defeated. Have four draws.

Openers shared 50+ partnerships only four times on foreign tours: Our openers in the first Test against Australia could not do anything special. In the second innings, Lokesh Rahul scored 44 runs. Foreign tournaments The Indian team has tried four batsmen in the 18 innings of 9 matches. These players have made only 709 runs from an average of 20. It contains only one century. Rahul has scored 342 runs in 13 innings. There is also a hundred in it. Murali Vijay has scored 157 runs in 12 innings and Dhawan has scored 194 runs and 10 innings. However Dhawan has not been included in the current team. If we talk of partnership for the first wicket then our openers add only 23 runs in one inning. The Openers have been able to partner with more than 50 runs on four tours this year only four times. If the team has to win in the series then the opener has to come into the form.

ICC Rankings: Pujara Reached Number Four In Test Batsmen, Virat Retained On Top

ICC Rankings: Pujara Reached Number Four In Test Batsmen, Virat Retained On Top

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  • scored a century in the first Test against Australia.
  • Ken Williamson New Zealand’s first batsman to score 900 rating points.

New Delhi: India had won by 31 runs in the first Test against Australia. After this, many batsmen benefited from the ICC Test rankings. Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored a century in the first match, has returned to the top-5 batsmen. On the other hand, captain remains in first place. He has 920 rating points.

Pujara has reached the fourth spot after England’s captain Joe Root and Australia’s suspended batsman David Warner. He has 846 rating points. 33-year-old Pujara is behind Australia’s suspended captain Steve Smith by 55 points. Virat and Pujara are two Indian players in the top 10 batsmen.

Jaspreet Bumrah reaching 33rd rank: At the same time, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson has reached the second spot with 913 rating points. This is the first time a New Zealand batsman has crossed 900 rating points. In the bowling rankings, Jaspreet Bumrah has reached the career-best 33rd rank.

Adelaide Test: After Winning The Match From Australia, Kohli Admitted – I Am Not As Cool As Snow

Adelaide Test: After Winning The Match From Australia, Kohli Admitted – I Am Not As Cool As Snow

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  • India beat Australia by 15 runs in the first Test.
  • Kohli praised bowlers and Pujara-Rahane.

Adelaide: India gave Australia 31 runs in the first Test. After this victory, Captain praised the players of his team as well as the Australian players. The lower-order batsmen of the hosts team brought the match to lunch. From this, Kohli was seen in the field with anger and troubles. He believed that he is not cool. He said, “I never said that I am cool like snow but do not want to show emotions.”

Bumrah was angry in his last over: “Jaspreet Bumrah was angry in his last over, but I told him to be calm, I am very proud of my bowlers, all four have taken 20 wickets together, maybe it has not happened before.”

On the better performance of lower-order batsmen of Australia, Kohli said, “Such things happen in the Test. The ups and downs were happening from the beginning of the match. They showed better play and struggled, but we did well on our plans and executed.”

On the batting of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, he said, “Pujara’s innings was special so that we came back in the match, we got a 15-run lead, which was like gold for us and Rahane performed well in the second innings. The whole team contributed to this victory. ”

Man of the Match Pujara said, “The experience of playing in Adelaide has come to work, this is the result of stringent practice, but the credit goes to the bowlers.” Pujara scored 123 in the first innings and 71 in the second innings. He shared an 87-run partnership with Rahane in the second innings for the fourth wicket.