Brisbane: Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting praised Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur’s disciplined and brilliant stick. Thanks to their partnership, the Indian team remains in the fourth and decisive Test Match of the series.
In response to Australia’s score of 369 for the first inning, the Indian team’s score was 186 for a wicket. Newbie Washington Sundar (62) and Shardul Thakur (67) then shared a crucial 123-point partnership for the 7th wicket. As a result, India managed to score 336 points in the opening heats.
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Ricky Ponting said: “The kind of passion and patience he showed during the stick was fantastic. He didn’t take the risk. This partnership was fantastic, exactly what the Indian team needed at the time. He managed to do this with some testing experience.
Ricky Ponting said there was a lack of aggressiveness in Australia’s bowling alley and the fast bowlers should have used more pitching balls against the lower team from Team India.
He said: “ I don’t think he was too aggressive, he didn’t play too many shooting bullets. He gave Indian drummers a chance to freeze. He played the drummers exactly as he wanted.