New Delhi: After an embarrassing loss in the first test against Australia, the Indian team came under tremendous pressure from the Boxing Day Test, but the way the Indian team beat the Kangaroos on the first day in Melbourne is worthy of praise. Team India forced the home team’s beaters to kneel down and were all eliminated by the score of 195 points.
The fans appreciate the players after this team performance. However, when the game eleven was announced ahead of the game, the team’s management faced a lot of criticism. The decision to include Rishabh Pant in the squad instead of Wriddhiman Saha was misconstrued. But today something happened in the match after which Pant gave proof of his abilities and he receives a lot of applause.
The pants stopped talking about the critics
In the match, the 23-year-old advised bowling veteran Ravichandran Ashwin from behind the stumps. After listening to Pant (Rishabh Pant), Ashwin did the same and he was successful at the next ball. When Rishabh Pant was giving this advice to Ashwin, then this thing was captured in the stump mic. Now, her video is going increasingly viral on social media and fans are fiercely praising Pant.
He was saying from behind: “Andar hi rakhna, ye maarega” and it happened at the next ball. # AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/zSNEjyxVa3
– Akshaj Singh (@ akshajranu22) December 26, 2020
In fact, in the 13th of the game when Matthew Wade was at bat. At this point, Rishabh Pant said to Ashwin, “Stay inside, he will try to kill.” After that, Matthew Wade erred on the next ball and he was caught.
The Indian team dominated the first day of the match
The hosts had decided to strike first after winning the toss, but they didn’t take much advantage. The kangaroo army was whole for only 195 races.
Even after being sacked, Tim Paine continued to complain about referee’s poor decision, Shane Warne
Jasprit Bumrah took 4 wickets for Team India, while Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets. Mohammad Siraj took 2 wickets and Ravindra Jadeja took 1 wicket in his name.
On Matchday 1, India scored 36 points in its first rounds, losing 1 wicket. The visiting team currently has 159 points behind Australia. Shubman Gill 28 and Cheteshwar Pujara 7 are not excluded from the Indian squad.