IND vs AUS test: Ajinkya Rahane said, told Ravindra Jadeja not to worry about my exhaustion | Boxing Day Test: Ajinkya Rahane Told Ravindra Jadeja When He Was Exhausted – Ficker No, Keep Playing Well

Melbourne: After the third day of play was over, Indian team interim captain Ajinkya Rahane revealed what he said to Ravindra Jadeja when he was exhausted. In fact, when Ravindra Jadeja was hitting on a personal score of 49, he hit Nathan Lyon’s ball and ran quickly to take 1 point. Ajinkya Rahane also ran to the other end, but he couldn’t reach the crease in time and was sent off after scoring 112 points. Rahane was disappointed after the race, but he encouraged Jadeja.

After the match Ajinkya Rahane said: “At the start I felt that I had entered the zone. I told Ravindra Jadeja not to worry about my run and to keep beating well. Regarding his century, Rahane said: “It’s really special to me. It is always nice to mark a century. I still think the Age of Lord vs. England is my best century.

India tightened its grip on Australia

India tightened its grip on the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in the second test match played against Australia. Australia kind of passed the 131 point lead taken by India. At the end of Monday’s game, day three, he took 133 points after dropping six wickets and took a two-point lead over the visiting team. However, given the position the Australian team find themselves in, it doesn’t look like they can set a solid goal against India. India were all out for 195 points in the opening innings, then took the lead scoring 326 points in their opening innings. At one point in the second inning, Australia’s score was 99 points for six wickets. It looked like she could lose by an end, but all-rounders Cameron Green and Pat Cummins saved her. Green is undefeated by 17 points and Cummins is 15 steps away at the end of the day’s game. So far, 34 races have been split between the two.

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India dominated from day one

The bowlers showed strength in the first innings and also in the second innings. In the second set, India had one less bowler. Umesh Yadav came out of the ground with pain in his calf. Their lack did not miss India since Jaspreet Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja brought the Australian beaters up on the field. The Australian drummers looked uncomfortable from start to finish. Matthew Wade, who scored 40 and Marnus Labushain, who scored 28, kind of tried to face the Indian bowlers. But after awhile, their struggle also responded. Umesh Yadav started buying ATMs in India. He fired Joe Burns (4).

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