Cricket / australiacricket

India holds the rhythm in last match
Hello everyone, The last match of the current test series has been started and India seems to carry its performance from the previous match in the current match. Pujara hit another ton and is the third player to score most runs against Australia in a test series. The match started with Mayank's temperament and soon turn in to a strong foundation for a big score. KL Rahul again went on a low score of 9. Pujara holds the non-striking end and helped Mayank to lay a 116 runs base for team India. Mayank got caught while hitting a boundary against Nathan Lyon. Virat Kohli made a decent but important partnership with Pujara to raise more runs. A low bowl took the wicket of Kohli and breaks the partnership between him and Pujara. Pujara's ton lowers the shoulder of Australians Pujara is going from his career's best season by scoring 500+ runs and is the leading run scorer in the series. He also played more than 1100+ balls in the current on-going series and an additional 100 runs will make him the top scorer against Australia in a series. Pujara is currently not-out and batting good enough to secure himself 200+ runs. This also shows the glimpse of The wall Dravid in Pujara and that's why he is named as Mister Dependable Pujara. Mayank is also making his spot strong in the current squad as facing Australian bowlers as a debutant is far more than just luck and hard work. Ajinkya Rahane got out even with a good stable start and once more he failed to convert it into the 50s. Hanuma Vihari is carrying the score and has already made a 50+ partnership between him and Pujara. Vihari is close to his fifty and will likely to make it in the upcoming 10 overs. India again has higher chances of setting a higher bar for Australians. The pitch is known to support bowlers from day 3 so India has a good chance to build a mammoth score. As of the day 1 India has dominated on the first two sessions and shared the last session with Australia. A 400+ mark will set a good environment for bowlers to bowl freely. Australian bowlers have to strike quickly before Pujara and Vihari do. Rishabh Pant and R Jadeja are still left to bat which deepens the batting line up of India for Australia. Dominance Day 1 - India