IND vs AUS: Yeh hui na baat … ball came at a speed of 144.2, Rohit Sharma opened the bat on the third ball, watch video

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New Delhi: The fourth Test being played between India and Australia in Ahmedabad has reached an exciting turn. On Friday, on the second day, Team India dismissed the Australians for 480 runs. After which Team India’s opener and captain Rohit Sharma started the first innings in a rash manner. Rohit knows that the target is big, in such a situation, he expressed his intentions by hitting a four on the third ball itself. He hit such a dangerous four on Mitchell Starc’s sensational ball that even Virat Kohli became happy.

Rohit opened the bat on the third ball

This sight was seen on the third ball of the Indian innings. Stark came to bowl Rohit over the wicket. Bai scored a single on the first ball, while the second ball came out empty. After this, as soon as Stark bowled the third ball, this ball remained low after being hit, responding to which Rohit Sharma used his steps and opened the bat and hit the mid-wicket fielder for a four. Seeing this style of Rohit, the audience sitting in the stadium of Ahmedabad became happy. The captain also opened his account with this four.

Team India behind by 444 runs

At the end of the second day’s play, Team India scored 36 runs in 10 overs without losing wickets. Rohit Sharma is unbeaten after scoring 17 runs in 33 balls with two fours, while Shubman Gill is unbeaten after scoring 18 runs in 27 balls. Gill has hit a four and a six. The Indian team is currently trailing by 444 runs.

Usman Khawaja misses double century

Usman Khawaja, who was batting brilliantly on the second day, missed out on a double century. While he scored 180 runs, Cameron Green also scored a brilliant century. Ashwin bowled brilliantly and took 6 wickets in the first innings. It will be interesting to see what turns emerge in the match on the third day.

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