Previous Australian cricketer Shane Warne sounded totally frustrated with the Aussies’ strategies against Pujara. Warne was muddled by the way that Nathan Lyon and Tim Paine didn’t have a getting defender on the off-side.
The Gabba, being Australia’s fortification in Test cricket, the savants anticipated that the hosts should have the advantage going into the fourth and last match against India. Pursuing 308 in the fourth innings, the chances were not exactly in support of India. The opposing group didn’t get off the most awesome aspect begins either, losing Rohit Sharma to Pat Cummins with India’s score at 18 in the 10th over.
Be that as it may, Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara indicated a lot of flexibility, putting on 114 runs for the second wicket in 39.4 overs. Indeed, even as Shubman was the all the more assaulting of the two, Pujara continued possessing the wrinkle with persistence.
Shane Warne not content with strategies against Cheteshwar Pujara
“I just can barely handle it, subsequent to everything with the last arrangement and this arrangement and how he has bowled to Pujara with a bat-cushion on the off-side, he looks a totally changed player,” Warne was cited as saying on Fox Cricket.
“What kind of discussions have they had with no bat-cushion to begin with today? I’m in stun. I’ve been disillusioned with a portion of the strategies from the Australians this arrangement, yet this doesn’t bode well at all also. I just can’t clarify why he hasn’t got one,” Warne expressed.
Another previous Aussie, Mark Waugh, additionally vented out on Australia’s helpless field situations in the crunch minutes. “It’s truly irritating me watching this. There’s such countless men on the leg-side (all things being equal), doubtlessly you can get rid of one of those,” Waugh said.
All things considered, he was unfortunate to pass up his lady Test century. He scored 91 runs off 146 balls with six fours and two sixes prior to falling prey to Lyon. He indicated coarseness and assurance, placing India in a telling position.
At the point when he got out, India, driven by Ajinkya Rahane, wound up out of prison to very some degree. At the opposite end, Pujara continued batting.