IND vs AUS: Nathan Lyon becomes fast bowler in front of Rohit Sharma! Hitman’s video went viral
Rohit Sharma scored 56 runs on the first day.
Team India scored 77 runs on the first day.
New Delhi. India has started giving competition to Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Australia won the toss and decided to bat first, which proved wrong in the very first over. Team India’s bowlers had dominated from the beginning. Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin implicated a total of 8 batters in their spin. The first innings of the visiting team ended at just 177 runs. At the same time, now the batters of Team India are also seen troubling the guests.
Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul have given the team a good start. Meanwhile, a video of Indian captain Rohit Sharma is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In which Hitman is commenting on the bowling of Nathan Lyon. Nathan Lyon is an important spinner for Australia, but there was a change in his bowling against India. Nathan Lyon bowled fast in front of Rohit and Rahul. The commentators also mentioned about his bowling. But what the hitman said was recorded in the stump mic and his video is becoming increasingly viral.
He is bowling like a fast bowler – Rohit Sharma
After facing Nathan Lyon, Rohit Sharma said, ‘This fast bowler is putting it like this.’ Hitman’s voice can be heard in the stump mic. Rohit Sharma has batted very well. From the very beginning, Hitman dominated the guests. Rohit has completed a brilliant half-century. Now it will be interesting to see whether he can convert this half century into a century or not.
“Ye fast bowler jaise toh dalra hai behenchod” 😂😂 Another Indian another behenchod caught😂#INDvAUS #RohitSharma pic.twitter.com/MkfLYTtXex
— Aayush Pandey (@Viratian_Pandey) February 9, 2023
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Tags: Border Gavaskar Trophy, India vs Australia, Nathan Lyon, Rohit sharma, team india
FIRST PUBLISHED : February 09, 2023, 17:13 IST