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IND vs AUS: Australia had prepared for Ashwin, Jadeja filled the heart with fear, achieved a big achievement

New Delhi. The Great War has started between India and Australia. Australia won the toss and decided to bat. But this decision of the guests proved contrary to the strategy. Team India’s fast bowlers started tightening their grip on Australia. Mohammed Shami and Siraj sent the openers back as soon as they arrived. But after that Australian stars Steve Smith and Marnus Labushen came to bat.

Both these batters started a partnership and troubled the fast bowlers. After that, star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja came to bowl. After seeing his bowling, it seems that he has not come out of injury but has come out of 5 months of practice. Jadeja, including Steve Smith and Labushen, sent batsmen from number 3 to 6 to the pavilion. Smith’s stump out has gone viral on social media. At the same time, Labushen, Matt Renshaw and Handscomb also could not compete with Sir Jadeja.

Jadeja took a total of five wickets in his name

The star all-rounder played a match in Ranji after returning from injury. There too he surprised everyone with his excellent bowling. Now even while playing for Team India, he wreaked havoc and took five wickets in his name. He has done this feat for the 11th time in Tests. This performance clearly shows that there is no one better than Jadeja for Team India.

Steve Smith showed the thumb to Ravindra Jadeja, in return the spinner put the peg, the rest of the batsmen were scared

Ashwin also fell heavy

The Australian team had prepared fiercely for Ashwin. He practiced in front of one Mahesh Pithia, whose action is similar to Hu B Hu Ashwin. But it did not show any benefit. R Ashwin showed the way to the pavilion to 3 batsmen. He took 3 wickets for 42 runs in his name. Due to the killer bowling of both the bowlers, Australia’s team has been reduced to 177 runs on the first day.

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