In the highly anticipated India vs. Australia World Test Championship (WTC) 2023 Final, Indian batsman KS Bharat faced an early dismissal. Just the second ball of the day, bowled by Scott Boland, proved to be too much for Bharat to handle. Boland’s delivery hit Bharat’s pads and rattled the stumps, leading to his dismissal.
Australia Takes Control with Quick Wickets on Day 2
Australia asserted their dominance in the ongoing India vs. Australia WTC 2023 Final by taking quick wickets on Day 2. Their impressive performance left Indian fans concerned. One particular dismissal caught attention, as India’s young wicketkeeper-batsman KS Bharat, chosen over in-form Ishan Kishan, managed to score only five runs off 15 balls before being dismissed by Scott Boland in the morning session of Day 3.
Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja Offer Hope with Strong Partnership
Despite the early batting collapse, Indian batsmen Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja provided a glimmer of hope to the partisan Indian supporters. The duo formed a resilient partnership of 71 runs in the summit clash. At the end of Day 2, India was reeling at 151/1 in response to Australia’s first innings score of 469, trailing by 318 runs.
Controversy Surrounds Ex-Pak Cricketer’s Accusation of Ball-Tampering
In the IND vs. AUS WTC 2023 Final, a former Pakistani cricketer made shocking claims, accusing Australia of ball-tampering. This allegation has sparked controversy and raised questions about the integrity of the game.
Virat Kohli’s Cryptic Instagram Story Goes Viral
Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli’s cryptic Instagram story has gone viral, attracting significant attention from fans and the media. The enigmatic post has left followers speculating about its meaning and purpose.
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