Agarwal – who was dropped from the side in the third Test due to his poor performances as an opener in the first two games – was picked up as middle-order batsman in Brisbane Test. The talented right-handed batsman from Karnataka walked into the middle after set Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed for 25 by Josh Hazlewood. Pujara faced 93 deliveries in his stay before getting dismissed to yet another peach of a delivery. 1 48443 Mayank then forged a partnership of 39 runs with captain Ajinkya Rahane for the fourth wicket. After Rahane was dismissed by Mitchell Starc in the morning session, the Indian side held high hopes from a seasoned campaigner in Agarwal. The right-handed batsman was looking in sublime touch as he played some brilliant shots in his knock before lunch was taken. He had played a couple of brilliant shots in his innings prior to the lunch break. He even hit a 102-meter-long shot off Lyon. A 102-metre six from Mayank Agarwal!#AUSvIND: https://t.co/IzttOVtrUu pic.twitter.com/iX9yi8LTLt — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021 India might have lost the wickets of Pujara and Rahane in the first session but Mayank and Rishabh Pant looked in fine touch before lunch but their… Read full this story
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