Ind vs Aus 3rd Test: Talking points

Australia has won a game after being outplayed in the first two Tests against India as the thrilling third Test between India and Australia draws to an end. The tourists were able to defeat the home team by nine wickets in the third Test because to outstanding performances from Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, and Travis Head.

India still leads the series, 2-1, after the game. They will continue to look for it in the fourth Test as they continue their quest for a guaranteed position in the World Test Championship. Let’s look at the talking points and who said what from the third Test in Indore as the series’ final Test match draws near.

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy’s fields have been discussed.in length from the beginning. The test in Indore was the most contentious of the three. For batters, the Holkar Cricket Stadium surface was a complete nightmare, and many experts felt that it was not up to par.

What a genius Nathan Lyon is:

Team India’s batting order was once again decimated by seasoned Australian bowler Nathan Lyon. Three wickets were taken in the first innings by the 35-year-old, while eight more were taken in the second. Lyon was a key factor in Australia’s triumph and consistently outplayed the Indian bats.

The tenacity of Cheteshwar Pujara:

In the second innings of the third Test, seasoned hitter Cheteshwar Pujara waited at the crease and watched as the Indian batsmen quickly left.given the hosts an opportunity to fight. The 35-year-old had a significant impact for the hosts as he struck 59 runs off of 142 deliveries. His effort was futile, though, and Australia went on to defeat England by nine wickets.

I recall that first day clearly, when we lost the toss and had to bowl first. But all of our bowlers, especially Kuhnemann, performed admirably. All of our bowlers made a difference. In the opening innings, Usman was excellent with the bat. We have some successful alliances. India bowled quite well in the latter stages, and we experienced a slight collapse. It was a difficult day for us; Pujji played brilliantly, but all of our bowlers performed admirably. the complete performance. We’re keeping Patty in our thoughts.We are thinking of him at home. great time this week. This area of the earth is one that I enjoy captaining. I believe I comprehend most of the nuances. I think I did a respectable job this week in a place that I really enjoy. The strategy will be very similar. We must ascertain the circumstances. Being in the WTC final is great, but all that really matters is playing solid cricket. We’re hoping to have a successful series finale.

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