IND vs AUS: ‘People are getting bored’ Rohit Sharma got angry on the question regarding the pitch, enjoyed in Pakistan’s special style

IND vs AUS 3rd Test Rohit Sharma 1

IND vs AUS 3rd Test: The Australian team won the third Test match between India and Australia by 9 wickets in Indore. Towards the first two Test matches of this series, this match was settled within three days, after which once again questions were being raised everywhere about the pitch. Even in the press conference after the match, captain Rohit was asked about this, on which he got angry.

People are getting bored in Pakistan- Rohit

Ever since the series started between India and Australia, the Indian captain and management are constantly being questioned about the pitch. In this episode, even after the Indore Test, Captain Rohit was asked about this. At first he got angry on this question, while later he also took fun of Pakistan in his answer.

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Rohit said that – ‘To run the match for five days, the players have to play well. Matches are not happening outside India for five days. The recent match in South Africa was also completed within three days. People in Pakistan were saying that it is getting boring so we are trying to make it interesting.

Rohit Sharma did not stop here, he further said that – ‘Why do people ask so much about the pitches in India? Why don’t you ask me how well Nathan Lyon bowled, how well Pujara and Khawaja played. We pay a lot of attention to the pitches.

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account of the third test match

Batting first in the third Test match between India and Australia, India scored 109 runs, in response to which Australia’s team scored 197 runs in the first innings, taking a lead of 88 runs. At the same time, the Indian team was all out for 163 runs in the second innings and gave Australia a target of 76 runs to win, chasing which Australia achieved it at the loss of one wicket.

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