In the Delhi Test, Team India dominated Australia once more and won magnificently. The Border Gavaskar Trophy is now 2-0 in favour of the hosts. The hosts were able to win the first Test in Nagpur with relative ease with to the captain Rohit Sharma’s performance with the bat and Ashwin and Jadeja’s brilliance with the ball.
Australia attempted to rally in the second Test, playing a significantly better innings with both the bat and the ball. Nevertheless, it was in that innings that Australia crumbled as a result of an outstanding bowling performance by the Indian squad. Despite missing five months due to an injury, Ravindra Jadeja once again stole the show by taking seven wickets in the second innings.
Axar Patel, on the other side, has achieved great success.With 158 runs in two games, she ranks second in the series in run-scoring after Rohit Sharma. Yet, the 29-year-old has received fewer opportunities to bat.
I tried to pitch from stump to stump, Jadeja Ravindra For the Indian team, Jadeja’s return has been impressive. The 34-year-old returned to the team after missing five months due to injury, and he made an immediate difference. After his outstanding performances in both contests, Jadeja was voted Player of the Match.
Jadeja considered his bowling strategy for the Australians as well.
The sweep and reverse sweep are their preferred game types for the Australians. I made an attempt to bowl from stump to stump. When they misfire and the ball is low,The ball will undoubtedly strike the stumps. He claimed that’s what happened today when five balls struck the stumps.