To win, India’s batsmen have to seal the deal, feels Kaif


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New Delhi [India], December 26 (ANI): After a dominating efficiency by the Indian bowlers on the opening day of the Boxing Day Check, former batsman Mohammad Kaif feels that the continued collection will likely be a contest between the guests’ batting and Australia’s bowling.

“First day of Boxing Day Check has as soon as once more strengthened my view that this collection is a contest between India’s batting and Australia’s bowling. To win the battle India’s batsmen want to fireplace and seal the deal cricket AusvInd,” Kaif tweeted.

India bundled out Australia for 195 within the first innings after being requested to bowl first. For the guests, Jasprit scalped 4 wickets whereas Ravichandran Ashwin took three wickets. Debutant Mohammad Siraj additionally bagged two wickets. Siraj went on to take the wickets of Cameron Inexperienced and Marnus Labuschagne and he completed with figures of two/40.

With the Indian bowlers as soon as once more stealing the present, it was a check of dealing with 11 overs of high quality tempo bowling for the batsmen within the closing phases of the opening day.

Whereas Shubman Gill, enjoying his first Check, got here out with flying colors, having hit an unbeaten 38-ball 28, Mayank Agarwal failed to face up and get counted as he fell for a duck. At stumps, India’s rating learn 36/1 with Gill batting on 28 and Cheteshwar Pujara giving him firm on 7. The guests path by 159 runs with 9 wickets within the bag. (ANI)

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