After the tourists defeated India in the third Test by nine wickets, Australia made their long-awaited return in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Australia needed to win a game badly after India dominated the first two Tests of the series, and they achieved so thanks to outstanding performances from Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, and Travis Head.
Dinesh Karthik, an Indian wicketkeeper, batter, and commentator, recently spoke out over his country’s defeat in the third Test. He believed that the third day’s ball alteration significantly altered the outcome of the game.
The new ball significantly altered the situation. Not as difficult as they had anticipated. It probably lacked the bite the ball might have had if it had beenharder. From that point on, everything basically went Australia’s way “Karthik stated in a Cricbuzz chat.
He also mentioned Ravichandran Ashwin, who had been outstanding for the Indian team throughout the opening two Test matches. Ashwin, according to Karthik, is a momentum bowler who caused Travis Head a lot of trouble after removing Usman Khawaja early.
As a momentum bowler, Ashwin typically extends his spell by two to three balls after taking a wicket. Following the first wicket, Ashwin bowled a lot of balls that worried Head “Karthik said.
Ashwin held decent length during his first 10 overs of bowling and did a great job, but once they replaced the ball, they were unhappy with it because they believed the stitches had come undone quite close to the seam.leather, “Added the 36-year-old.
Karthik also emphasised the significance of the goals Travis Head made while pursuing.
Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne stepped up and delivered for their team as Australia had a simple target of 76 runs to chase in order to win the third Test of the series.
Karthik commented on Head’s knock and stated, “That was a crucial over because he conceded two loose balls a little bit fuller, and Travis Head didn’t turn around after that. That’s it, I’m on the charge now, he said. I’m in high spirits, and my defence is going well. The batter seizes on a minor mistake you make. Certainly, the pressure was different since you were chasing a low target. Still Headmake sure he didn’t turn around after receiving those bounds.