Pace Spearhead Jaspreet Bumrah started the first day’s game with a first-class half-century and then with a pair of wickets in India’s superb bowling effort against the driver’s seat against Australia in a warm pink ball game on Friday Put a surprise
With 55 not out from 57 balls, Bumrah was the top scorer for the visitors, scoring a dismal 194 runs in 48.3 overs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. However, the Indians came back strongly with the ball stumping Australia at the score of 108 as 20 wickets fell within about an hour due to heavy rain.
India’s four high-speed attack served to intimidate Australian youngsters from small pitch stuff as Mohammed Shami and Navdeep Saini got three wickets each.
One day as the recognized batsmen struggled to score runs on the board, Bumrah, who came into the game with an average batting average of 2.9, made a terrific performance with Willow, smashing the ball six times to the fence and over it. Twice. .
The 27-year-old, known for his batting bowling, hit a four with a four and a six off all-rounder Will Sutherland.
Bumrah and fellow fast bowler Mohammad Siraj shared a crucial 71-run partnership for the 10th wicket to end the Indian innings progressively.
Pleasantly surprised by his batting heroines, Bumrah’s teammates got up and clapped and gave him a guard of honor as they walked into the dressing room.
Earlier, captain Ajinkya Rahane decided to bat, with Prithvi Shaw (40) and Shubman Gill (43) – both told of the bright future of the 21-year-old batsmen – given enough glimpse as to why they were being watched by almost everyone Is given such a high status. Indian cricket fraternity.
However, the rest of the teammates, including veteran Rahane, failed to impress on the first day of their final tune before the start of the four-match Test series starting on 17 December.
Two specialist wicketkeepers Wriddhiman Saha (0) and Rishabh Pant (5) failed to open their account cheaply after Mayank Agarwal and Hanuma Vihari were dismissed cheaply.
But the most distraught would be the pairing of Shaw and Gill, both exiting after promising so much with their dazzling strokes and positive attitude.
The Australian team may have dismissed India on a low score, but they will not be very happy with the way their batting was dismissed during the day’s play.
While Joe Burns was sent back by a good Bumrah delivery that went far enough to take the lead in the controversial opener, which would worry him the most is the expected Cameron Green injury.
All-rounder Green, who had scored a century in the first warm-up game, suffered an injury in the concert while bowling after a straight drive off Bumrah.
Bowling his second spell of the day, the 21-year-old was unable to react when all of Bumrah’s blood slipped through his palms and struck the right side of the head.
The all-rounder immediately went down and non-striker Mohammad Siraj raced to check on him.
After being examined for a few minutes by the medical team, the all-rounder was back on his feet as he walked off the field for further assessment. Batsman Patrick Rowe was named his concussion.
Bumrah (2/33) and Shami (3/29) put on a great opening spell and beat the outside end of Marcus Harris and Nick Madison several times before the rain.
On the restart, Harris made a direct hit after finding a gap between cover and point.
Shami was rewarded for his tenacity as he took the wickets of Harris and Ben McDermott, a hint swing and seam movement.
Siraj (1/26) beat Madison by 52 runs at the score of 52 and left the home team. Shami scored 56 for five when he overtook Shaun Abbott.
Jack Wildermuth went for the cut against Bumrah, but Navdeep Saini (3/19) had to be ruled out before making a second change as Will Sutherland, Alex Carey and Mitchell Swepson.
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