Australia Vs India 4th Test Day 2 Highlights – jan 04,2019 – Aus Vs Ind
Aus Vs Ind 4th Test Day 2 Highlights Where: Perth Stadium, Perth When: 04,jan-2019 Series: India tour of Australia, 2018-19 So Watch Free Today Australia Vs India 4th Test Day 2 Highlights . We Provide HD cricket highlights
Cheteshwar Pujara did not get the double century on the second day of the Sydney Test. He returned to 193 runs. But even if he did not get double century, India still got runs on the hill. Virat Kohli’s team announced the end of the innings with 622 runs for 7 wickets in the first innings. Rishav Pant got the century He was unbeaten at the end of the innings by 159 runs.
372 ball played successfully. When he was seven runs away from the double-century, it was only after Pujara made a mistake. Nathan Leyanne, facing 373 in the face of his face, took the catch in his hand and walked towards the outfit. Saurashtra’s batsmen beat 22 boundaries in the innings.
Hanuman Bihari was playing very well in the last six days. Today his innings ended 42 runs After Bihari, Ponty has given up batting after batting. He was the first Indian wicket-taker to score a century in Australian soil. At first, Pujara added 89 runs, then with Ravindra Jadeja, adding 204 to the team took the big collection. He scored 159 runs 189. In his innings, he had 15 boundaries and one six. Jadeja made 81 before being bowled by Lion. His innings was in the form of 7 fours and a six in 114 balls.
Most of Australia’s top bowlers have not done much good yet in Sydney. Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lions, all spent more than 100 runs. Lion, however, took 4 wickets at 178 runs. Stark gave 123, Haylewood 105, Cummins 101. Haylewood took 2 wickets and took 1 wicket.
India won the toss and chose to bat Though the beginning was not very good, Pujara was the first day’s hero. He first developed the foundation of India’s largest collection with Maineak Agarwal and later with Virat Kohli, Ajinka Rahane and Hanuma Bihari. Agarwal was out 77 runs
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