Sydney: India’s fielding woes continued in the second One-Day International against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday with Ravindra Jadeja, who is otherwise considered a safe pair of hands in the outfield, dropping Marnus Labuschagne at long-off off the bowling of Hardik Pandya.
The duo went on to form a partnership of 142 runs and it was Mohammad Shami who finally ended Finch`s (60) stint at the crease in the 23rd over. Soon after, Warner (83) was also sent back to the pavilion via a run-out in the 26th over, and this reduced Australia to 156/2.
South Africa would have been mightily pleased to successfully stage their first game ever since corona brought the world to a standstill. They have a lot of issues going off the field as well but results on the pitch can always provide relief. The hosts didn’t cave in easily but will have to find a […]
In the final eight overs, Labuschagne and Maxwell added 93 more runs to Australia’s total and as a result, the side posted a total of more than the 380-run mark. Labuschagne was dismissed after playing a knock of 70 runs while Maxwell remained unbeaten on 63.
‘Given the number of injuries @SunRisers had, this has been an impressive season to say the least. Of all the things they can be proud of,’ Ian Bishop, one of the West Indies’s fine fast bowlers, tweeted, ‘T Natarajan’s full season must sure be at the top of the list.
The 33-year-old Malan, who was born in England but grew up in the Winelands town and made his first-class debut at Boland Park, scored 55 off 40 balls to help England reach the modest target of 147 set by South Africa, beating their hosts for the second time in three days.
As the jovial couple hugged and kissed after the big moment, their union was approved by none other than Aussie star cricketer Glenn Maxwell, who watched the incident on the big screen. Maxwell clapped and applauded the duo, which can also be seen in the video above.
In just the fourth over of India’s chase, opener Shikhar Dhawan had played one towards mid-off and Warner injured himself while trying to save runs in the field. Warner took a while to recover and required the immediate help of the team physio – who later took him off the ground.
Even before India travelled to Australia for the ongoing series, a major news came from the Indian camp. Skipper Virat Kohli was granted paternity leave and will be returning home after the first Test which is scheduled to begin from December 17th in Adelaide. As cricket pundits continue to discuss whether India can beat Australia in […]
Both batters went past their 50-run mark and the duo stitched together a partnership of more than 100 runs for the third consecutive time in ODI cricket. The duo went on to form a partnership of 142 runs and it was Mohammad Shami who finally ended Finch’s (60) stint at the crease in the 23rd […]