India vs Australia 1st test day 2: India made 250/9 on the first day of the Adelaide Test, know how the whole day was going on the Oval.
India vs Australia 1st test day 2: India made 250/9 on the first day of the Adelaide Test
The Indian cricket team, with a magnificent century from Cheteshwar Pujara (123), made the summit score of 250
runs on nine wickets till the first day of the first Test in Adelaide Oval on the first day of the match with Australia.
India had lost wickets of their four early batsmen at one time only 41 runs,
but Pujara, with the help of Rohit Sharma (37), Rishabh Pant (25) and Ravichandran Ashwin (25), not only brought
Indian innings difficult but also respected Forwarded to score
India had scored 56 runs on four wickets till lunch, but by the time of tea, it was 146 for six wickets.
With the run out on Pujara’s total of 250, the game of the game ended. Mohammed Shami returned unbeaten on six runs.
Pujara made seven fours and two sixes in his innings of 246 balls. This is the 16th century of Pujara’s career.
After winning the toss, the Indian team, which got off to bat first, was very bad.
Lokesh Rahul (2), Murali Vijay (11) and Virat Kohli (3) fell on 19 for the wickets. Ajinkya Rahane (13) showed some restraint but he was also out on 41
After this, Pujara delivered the score to 86 with Rohit. Rohit is out on this yoga. Rohit hit two sixes and three sixes in his 61-ball innings.
After Rohit’s departure, the young batsman Pant gave good support to Pujara, but after 38 balls he hit two fours and a six, he was out on 127. After this, Ashwin reached the score with 188 runs with Pujara.
Ashwin’s wicket dropped on the totals of 189. Ashwin hit a boundary on 76 balls but during his innings he kept playing with restraint, gave Pujara the opportunity to go close to the century.
Pujara, who completed his fifty with 15 fours in 153 balls, completed his century with 231 balls with the help of six fours and a six.
Ishant Sharma (4) spent some time with him. Ishant’s wicket dropped to a total of 210. After that Pujara was run out on the fifth ball of the 88th over. With this, the day’s game ended.
Shami has faced nine balls in his unbeaten innings and has hit a four.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon have taken two wickets each from Australia.
Now let’s see how much the Indian cricket team can score tomorrow and how their bowlers compete against the Australian batsmen