First innings centurion Travis Jadeja removed arrogance, completed the work in just three balls

Oval:Australia has tightened its grip on Team India in the final match of the World Test Championship. After making 469 in the first innings, Australia bundled out India for 296 and took a huge lead of 173 runs. However, in the second innings, the bowlers of Team India did not give the Kangaroo team a chance to recover. Especially first innings centurion Travis Head. Travis Head was trying to open his hands as soon as he landed at the crease, but he could not walk in front of Ravindra Jadeja’s spin. Jadeja completed his work within just three balls. In the 37th over of the innings, Jadeja would have sent Travis Head back to the pavilion on the very first ball but Umesh Yadav missed the catch at the boundary. After this, Travis stole two runs on the second ball but Jadeja trapped him on the third ball. In this over of Jadeja, Travis Head was in full mood to play the big shot but he hit straight on the third ball.

Jadeja also made no mistake and ended that short but stormy innings of Travis Head by taking a catch on his own ball. Travis Head was dismissed after scoring 18 runs in 27 balls. In this way, India also got the fourth success in the second innings.

Travis Head scored a century in the first innings

In this final match against India, Travis played an excellent century in the first innings. He scored 163 runs in 174 balls which included 25 fours and 1 six. Due to his strong century innings, Australia scored 469 runs.

Not just Travis Head, Steve Smith scored a century for Australia. Coincidentally it was also Jadeja who showed Smith the way to the pavilion before Travis Head. In this way, both the batsmen who scored a century in the first innings became victims of Jadeja.

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