Rohit Sharma hit Kapil Pa ji’s Nataraj bridge, Mitchell Starc was surprised

Oval:Team India’s start against Australia in the final of the World Test Championship was nothing special. First Travis Head and Steve Smith took the news of the bowlers fiercely. After this, when the Indian innings started in batting, the team got its first blow in the form of captain Rohit Sharma. Rohit Sharma got out after scoring just 13 runs. However, during this time, he played such a brilliant pull shot against Mitchell Starc, which was reminiscent of India’s great captain cricketer Kapil Dev. In fact, Rohit Sharma played a pull shot against Mitchell Starc in exactly the way of Natraj. Seeing this style of Rohit Sharma, Mitchell Starc, who was bowling, was also stunned. Although seeing the way Rohit started, it seemed that a big inning could come out of his bat but it could not happen.

Australia raised a mountain of 469 runs

For Team India in batting, Australia scored a mountain-like score of 169 runs while batting first in the match against Team India. Steve Smith and Travis Head played excellent centuries for the team. Travis Head top scored for Australia with 163 while Steve Smith scored 122. Since both of these centuries, Australia’s team is seen in a strong position in the first innings.

Mohammad Siraj got 4 wickets in his account

Mohammad Siraj got the most wickets in bowling for Team India. Siraj took 4 wickets in his name while performing excellent bowling. Apart from Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Mohammed Shami also got two wickets each for the team. Apart from this, Ravindra Jadeja also achieved a success. At the same time, Umesh Yadav bowled 23 overs but he did not get a single wicket.

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