During the second day of the Indore Test, Team India was able to bat through the Australian batting order in the morning session. Yet in the Indian innings, Nathan Lyon picked up another five-for to put an end to their momentum. Indian captain Rohit Sharma engaged in an angry conversation with Ishan Kishan in the locker room after the Indian batsmen were unable to handle the extreme spin that the Australian bowlers were offering. Rohit Sharma directed the Indian batters to be more aggressive in the middle.
Ishan Kishan was told by Rohit Sharma, who lost the Test match for the second time in a row, to be more aggressive in the middle because it was nearly hard to survive only defending deliveries.turner of the lowest kind. Drinks in hand, Kishan entered the field and addressed Cheteshwar Pujara and Axar Patel in the centre with the instructions of the Indian captain.
The hitters in the middle clearly understood the Indian captain’s message because Pujara launched Nathan Lyon for a big maximum in the very next over, putting a smile on their skipper’s face. While wickets continued falling from the other end, the Indian stalwart fought a lone battle with the bat. His stubbornness, though, came to a stop when acting Australian captain Steve Smith made an incredible catch to remove the half-centurion.