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The match between India & Australia

Hi friends,This is my first blog in eblogs…


The fourth and final test between India & Australia got started in Adelaide Oval. The first day was dominated by Indian batsman. Pathan was asked to open the innings with V.Shewag and this happened because poor form of Wasim Jaffer. India wanted a allrounder and Pathan was tried as opener but Pathan got out cheaply. Sachin, Shewag, Laxman, Harbhajan & Kumble played superb knocks and helped Indian score board to reach 525 runs. India were all out on the second day and Aussies bowled brilliant on a wicket which is not helping pace bowlers much. Brett lee was the peak of all the bowlers and he was the person who took the wicket of Sachin.

Australian batting became strong with the arrival of M. Hayden. Both the openers of Australia played some attacking shots and ended the second day without losing any wickets. The final score is 62 without any loss of wickets.

Indian bowlers will be having a hard day on the third day. India should take the wicket of Hayden as early as possible or else hayden will score runs very quickly. Indian team will again look towards Harbhajan & Kumble for taking the wickets of the Australian team..

by KVR…


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3 Responses

  1. jmalhotra says:

    jmalhotra

    welcome friend do keep posting ..wud like to see something new

  2. rohanrs says:

    Good batting performance from the Indian bowlers alteast seeing this performance let the Indian regular batsman learn from this and improve their batting. But it will a bit difficult for the indian bowlers to take wickets since its a batting pitchl Lets wait and watch.
    Regards,
    Rohan.

  3. madhu_vamsi says:

    Hi
    Welcome to Eblogs. I saw this match and this match was draw and India lost the series 2-1. Aussies cheated the 2 test in sydney. India lost from winning position in sydney due to poor umpiring.

    Madhu Vamsi….

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