Travis Head scored an unbeaten 49 in opposition to India on Day 3© AFP
After going through large defeats within the first two matches, Australia made a terrific comeback within the third Test in opposition to India and clinched a nine-wicket win on Friday in Indore. Chasing a small goal of 76 runs, the guests misplaced an early wicket of Usman Khawaja however a partnership between Travis Head (49*) and Marnus Labuschagne (28*) took them house within the first session on Day 3. With this win, Australia have stormed into the ultimate of the World Test Championship. Despite having a forgetful outing within the match, the Indian followers obtained a hilarious second to cherish when Shreyas Iyer tried to sledge Travis Head throughout Australia’s chase.
In the sixth over, Head was going through Ravindra Jadeja when Shreyas Iyer, who was standing at brief tremendous leg, was caught on the stump mic saying, “Iska ek pair Chandigarh mein, dusra Haryana mein (His one leg is in Chandigarh and other in Haryana).” Head maintained his composure as he may need not understood what Iyer had stated.
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Head (49 not out) and Labuschagne (28 not out) survived some anxious moments earlier than taking Australia house in 18.5 overs because the match obtained over in little over two days.
Wins in India are uncommon for the visiting groups and it’s no completely different for Australia, who recorded their first victory on Indian soil in six years.
For India, it was solely their third defeat within the final 10 years they usually might want to rework their plans forward of the ultimate Test, starting in Ahmedabad from March 9.
The pitches within the collection have additionally come beneath scathing criticism however, going by Rohit Sharma’s views on the topic, one can anticipate a raging turner to be dished out on the Narendra Modi Stadium.
Australia now path 1-2 within the four-match Test collection.
(With PTI Inputs)
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