Rohit Sharma’s wicket was important, said Australian assistant coach Andrew McDonald. News in Hindi

Brisbane: Australian cricket team assistant coach Andrew McDonald said his team were hopeful that despite the rain they would like to retain the Border Gavaskar trophy by winning the fourth and final test match underway with the ‘India.

On Saturday, day two of the fourth test match between the Indian and Australian cricket teams at Gabba International Stadium here, a single over could not be thrown in the third session and strains were announced.

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After consolidating the hosts at 369 points, when T-India scored 62 points, losing the wickets of the two workers in their first innings. After that, the game could not be possible anymore as the rain continued. The rain fell in the latter half of the day but the pitch was not worth playing.

After the game ended on day two, McDonald said, “The weather changes every day in Brisbane. I don’t think we are in a hurry. When you are playing bowling, you cannot make the game faster.

He said, “The whole process of getting the ball to the right place. They have quality drummers and they will try to come back. Macdonald said that ultimately it was important to take Rohit Sharma’s wicket.

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He said, “I think it was a little better. Rohit was fired before the end of the day’s play. The score of 350 points in the first rounds for Gabba (Gabba) is not bad. But we still have to do a lot of work.

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