Virendra Sehwag takes on Indian drummer, many other players make statement on India’s performance | Virendra Sehwag mocked Team India beaters and said at OTP races

Adelaide: The cricket world is in shock after Team India’s disappointing performance against Australia. Many veteran players have expressed their reactions to the loss of the Indian team.

The Indian team’s strong batting formation fell apart in front of the fast bowling duo of Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, helping Australia to a resounding eight-wicket victory in the opening test on day one.

No Indian batsman could reach double digits in the game. Which former Indian opener Virendra Sehwag tweeted referring to the Indian batsman’s score in the second inning, tweeting “ OTP OTP is 49204084041 ”.

The prosecutor’s office to forget this is 49204084041. # INDvsAUSTest

– Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) December 19, 2020

Former England captain Michael Vaughan commented: “I didn’t tell you … India will be crushed in the Test series”.

I told you … India is going to get beaten in the test series … #AUSvIND # 4-0

– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 19, 2020

Sachin Tendulkar also admitted that Australia troubled the Indian team. Tendulkar wrote: “The way India hit and bowled in the first innings they were in good shape but Australia made a really good comeback this morning”.

He wrote: “That’s the beauty of Test Cricket. It doesn’t end until it’s completely finished. India was stunned in the second round. Congratulations to Australia ”.

With the way India hit and bowled in the 1st innings they were in control but the Aussies came back really tough this morning.
That’s the beauty of Test cricket.
It is NEVER over until it is over. India was outclassed in the 2nd half. Congratulations to Australia!

– Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) December 19, 2020

India’s previous minimum test score was 42 against England in 1974 against Lord’s.

Great batsman Sunil Gavaskar says the Australian fast bowler was brilliant. Gavaskar said: “It won’t be fair to blame the Indian batsmen for the way they were eliminated because the Australian bowlers played so well.”

Referring to the deficiencies of the current batsmen, former cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar said: “There is no doubt that the score of 36 points will be considered a separate inning and should be seen, but each time the movement of the bullet occurs, then the previous India’s three-test score (two New Zealand tests) – 165, 191, 242, 124, 244, 36 – was “.

Great Australian spinner Shane Warne said, “Wow. Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood played so well here in Adelaide, “Awesome”.

Sensational !! What a bowling show that was by Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood here in Adelaide. Simply exceptional. I must feel the Indian drummer like I never saw it coming – it was one of those days the drummer slashed everything and didn’t play and missed at all! Unbelievable …

– Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) December 19, 2020

He said: “ Sympathy to the Indian batsmen as they weren’t expecting it, there was a day when the batsmen hit the bat on every ball and didn’t even play it and missed the whole thing. world. beyond belief ‘.

Former Indian fast bowler RP Singh said: “Today has been a bad day, without a doubt, but remember it’s a four game streak. We made a comeback earlier and this team can do that too.

Former Indian spinner Pragyan Ojha wrote: “The game was in good shape and we were there but a bad season has unfolded against us”.

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