Young Cricketer drew blood, Tail wags for India to draw 3rd Test and Win Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Publish Date : 02/02/2021

RISHAB on action

Aalo 19th Jan:- The young Indian Cricketers drew blood and Indian tails wagged to draw the the 3rd test match which comfortably went in Australia’€™s way initially and win the 4th test match in which too Australia€™ had an edge. The pair of S. Gill and Rishab Pant did all the damages to foil Australia’€™s chances of winning or drawing the final test match piling 188 runs between them facing formidable bowling attack of Australia and winning the Border- Gavaskar Trophy in a scintillating manner. The inexperienced young bowling side donning the Indian colour in the absence of experienced bowlers due to injuries did wonderfully well to put mighty Australian batting side to take them on back foot. Mohammad Siraj, S. Tkakur and Washington sundar bowled out their hearts. The lower order batting partnerships by Washington Sunder, S. Thakur, Ravichandran, Pant and others saved the third test for India and in the final test veteran Hiteswar Pujara stood like a rock, withstanding many injuries paving way for the likes of Gill and Pant to demolish the Australian bowling attack on other side. No one imagine that Indian young India cricketers will show such a resilience after being demolished by Australia in the first Test bowling out an experienced Indian team led by Captain Virat Kohli for a paltry score of 36 all out, the lowest ever score by India in an inning. The young Indian Cricketers have miles to go in all formats of cricket and test match too should be blended with attacking and defensive batsmen and bowlers to win matches for India.