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IND vs AUS: 2 lenge… 2 lenge… Run, Virat Kohli shouts at the other end, Umesh Yadav gets run out on the very next ball, watch video

New Delhi: Many interesting scenes are coming to the fore in the ongoing fourth Test between India and Australia in Ahmedabad. Akshar Patel’s explosion was seen on the fourth day on Sunday with Virat Kohli’s brilliant innings. Where Virat scored 186 runs, Akshar played a brilliant inning of 79 runs. After the dismissal of Akshar, Ashwin 7 and Umesh Yadav were dismissed without opening the account. Umesh didn’t even get a chance to play a single ball. He had to return to the pavilion after being run out on Virat Kohli’s call. This sight was seen in the 177th over.

2 will take…2 will take…run

After Ashwin’s dismissal, Team India’s score was 568 for 7 wickets. Virat was playing after scoring 183 runs. He wanted to collect some runs in the next over for Murphy’s double century. Kohli took the first and second ball of the 178th over without scoring a run. After this, before the third ball, he shouted to Umesh Yadav standing at the other end and said – 2 lenge… 2 lenge… run away.

Peter Handscomb blew the stump with a rocket throw

After this Murphy bowled the next ball, Virat tucked it and turned it towards mid-wicket. When the ball started going away, already prepared Virat and Umesh started running fast. Both batsmen completed one run, but as soon as Umesh started reaching the other end to take the second run, Peter Handscomb showed a brilliant fielding view and blew the stumps with a rocket throw. Umesh was run out before he could reach his end. Eventually, on Kohli’s call, Umesh had to return to the pavilion on a duck without playing the ball. Within the next two overs, Kohli was also dismissed after scoring 186 runs.

However, in the absence of Shreyas Iyer due to injury, Team India scored 571 runs in the first innings. At stumps, Australia have scored 3 runs in 6 overs and are trailing by 88 runs. The match is heading towards a draw, but anything can happen in cricket, so the fifth day’s play will be worth watching.

Click here to see the wicket of Umesh Yadav.


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