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IND vs AUS: India won by six wickets.


IND vs AUS Live Score Updates Match Report for the Third Day of the Second Test: India maintained their hold on the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a victory over Australia by a score of six wickets. India currently holds a 2-0 advantage in the four-match Test series.

Cheteshwar Pujara, who was participating in his 100th Test match, scored the run that proved to be the game-winning one as India defeated Australia by six wickets to take a 2-0 lead in the four-match series. As a result of India’s victory at Feroz Shah Kotla, they have successfully defended their lead in the Border-Gavaskar series.

On Sunday, Pujara gave an interview to the broadcasters in which he stated that it was not ideal to play the sweep shots on the low and slow surfaces in Delhi.

Matthew Hayden, a former Australian opener, questioned Pujara about the possibility of the latter teaching sweep shots to Australian players in their locker room. His response was ” Ahh… ” “Not really, at least not before the conclusion of the series (smiles)”

In reference to the fact that he was playing in his 100th Test, he stated, “Yeah, it has been a fantastic Test match. The first inning wasn’t very productive for me in terms of scoring runs, unfortunately. I was confident that if I remained in the crease for a considerable amount of time and did a good job of playing the initial balls, I would do well.

Unfortunately, he was unable to score many runs in the first innings of the second Test; the Australian spinner Nathan Lyon dismissed him for a duck after trapping him leg before the wicket.

When your loved ones watch you compete in your 100th game, there is a unique sensation that comes over you. I couldn’t be more thrilled about the event itself. He continued, “I was really happy that they saw me finish off the match with a boundary. It was a great way to end things.” ”

This morning, Pujara’s domestic team Saurashtra won the Ranji Trophy by defeating Bengal by a score of 9 wickets to take home their second consecutive championship. The batter, who was 35 years old at the time, extended his congratulations to the team, saying, “Happy for the boys of Saurashtra for winning the Ranji Trophy.” I was able to keep track of what was going on up until lunch, but after that, I was completely blind to what was going on. Best wishes to each and every one of the Saurashtra boys!

“I thought it was possible that we would end up chasing 200 to 250. But kudos to our bowlers for restricting them to such a low score,” Pujara said during the final session of the second Test that was played in Delhi.

The star from Saurashtra responded as follows when asked about playing a sweep shot on this pitch: “Sweep is not an ideal shot to play with low bounce, but I’ve worked on it. When it comes to my game, I make good use of my feet and work hard to make accurate distance judgments as early as I can. Throughout the entirety of my career, I have always done that. It wasn’t that at all; rather, it was the beginning of the process, when you walked out to bat. Some of the balls went in a curved path while others moved more directly. After 30–40 balls, the batter should feel comfortable going to the plate. When the ball gets softer, it’s easier to hit, especially when it’s raining.

In the meantime, Ravindra Jadeja led Australia’s destruction with the ball as India won the second test by six wickets inside three days to keep the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and take a 2-0 lead in the four-match series. IND vs AUS will now have the opportunity to defend the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

At the Arun Jaitley Stadium, Jadeja had a career-best performance with 7-42 wickets, and he and Ravichandran Ashwin (3-59) combined to restrict Australia to a meager 113 runs in their second innings. The first of March will mark the beginning of the third test of IND vs AUS in Indore.

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