Brisbane: Nathan Lyon, the Australian cricket team’s non-spinner, said in the fourth and final test match with India at Gabba’s pitch he took advantage of the bowling by aiming for the crack on the outside of the stump. Want to
Nathan Lyon, who will play his 100th Test match, is eyeing 400 wickets in this series. He ended his 397th wicket by firing Indian “hitman” Rohit Sharma.
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After the game ended on day two, Lion said, “The pitch looked like day three itself (day one). There were cracks in it, so I tried to target it.
“I’m used to playing Tim Paine’s right glove, which is about a foot outside of the stump,” Loyon said. There are some good cracks on this wicket so hopefully I can get some help from here.
Lion said he was excited to play Rishabh Pant. He said, “Rishabh is trying to play aggressive punches against me and I’m happy to play against him. The competition with them has always been excellent.
Lion’s parents are also watching his 100th test match at Gaba. He said that because of the bio bubble, he could not meet his parents. Lion said, “I wanted to go to dinner with my parents and all my friends. But this is not possible due to the biological bubble.