IND vs AUS 4th Test: Rohit Sharma’s brilliant inning, India’s 62 runs for 2 wickets

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Before Tea Team India’s score is 62 for 2 wickets loss in Gabba teat Second Day. Rohit Sharma played a brilliant inning scoring 44 runs for 74 balls, but he loses his concentrate before tea. Nathan Lyon caught him in the deep fielder Mitchell Starc Hands

Before him, Shubhman gill (7 of 15) gave a catch to Steve smith on thrid man. and now Captain Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara on Field on the scores 2 and 8.

Rohit played Cummins and Josh Hazlewood well and also hit 6 fours in his innings. He also shared a 49-run partnership for the second wicket while Pujara continued to play the other end.

Earlier, the young and inexperienced bowlers of India, performing extremely disciplined, took the last 5 wickets of Australia in the first session and dismissed them for 369 runs in the first innings.

Shardul Thakur took 3 wickets for 94 runs while Washington Sundar, playing the first Test, took 89 and T. Natarajan took 3-3 wickets for 78 runs. Before lunch, Australia lost 5 wickets within 95 runs.

The performance of these bowlers of the Indian team struggling with the injuries of their key players is also a praise because they do not have the experience of Test cricket and have a rival like Australia in front.

India was forced to field net bowlers Natarajan and Sundar as the 5 main bowlers were unable to play due to injury. Nathan Lyon scored 24 off 22 balls and Mitchell Starc scored 20 off 35 balls to take Australia across 350 runs. Australia has never lost a Test after scoring more than 350 runs on Gabba. Tim Paine (50) and Cameron Green (47) completed a 98-run partnership, playing ahead of their yesterday’s score of 274 for 5 wickets.

Thakur broke the partnership by edging Penn to Rohit Sharma in the second slip. After this, Green’s concentration was also broken and he bowled on Sundar’s ball and returned to the pavilion.

Pat Cummins was lbw by Thakur. Australia’s score went from 311 for 5 to 315 for 8 wickets. After this, Stark and Leon, playing their 100th Test, added 39 runs and took the team beyond 350 runs. Sundar bowled Lyon while Natarajan dismissed Josh Hazlewood to end the Australian innings.

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