Pujara gave a big reaction on Delhi’s pitch
As everyone is aware that there is a lot of talk about the pitch in the ongoing Border Gavaskar Trophy. In such a situation, when Pujara was asked about the wicket after the match, the pitch was difficult to bat on. To this Pujara said, ‘No, it’s the initial moments, you need to catch the pace of the pitch, some balls turn, some stay straight – once you are set and play 30-35 balls, Also when the ball becomes soft, you can play your shots with full confidence.
The condition of the second test was something like this
Australia won the toss and decided to bat first in Delhi. Due to which the Kangaroos put 263 runs on the board in the first innings. In response to this, Team India, who came out to bat in the first innings, was in a difficult situation at one time. But thanks to a crucial 114-run partnership between Ravichandran Ashwin and Akshar Patel, India somehow reached 262 runs.
In such a situation, Australia had a golden opportunity to give a good target to India. But the Kangaroos performed badly with the bat in the second innings. He was reduced to just 113 runs. In which Ravindra Jadeja played an important role by taking 7 wickets. At the same time, the target of 115 runs was achieved by India with 6 wickets remaining on the third day of the match.
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