INDIA TOUR OF AUSTRALIA, 2020-21 by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on ShareTweet Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur’s partnership of 67 for the seventh wicket was the highlight of the third afternoon. © AFP Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur’s partnership of 67 for the seventh wicket was the highlight of the third afternoon in Brisbane, which leaves India trailing by 116 runs in the fourth and final Test. It was a session redeemed after both of India’s set batsmen fell to rash shots outside the off-stump. Mayank Agarwal drove hard at a Josh Hazlewood delivery two balls into the session and edged it to second slip, where Steve Smith took it on the second attempt. Rishabh Pant played a few crisp drives before he tried to steer a short ball outside off and succumbed to a brilliant one-handed reflex catch from Cameron Green at gully. That’s when Sundar and Shardul got together for a brilliant rearguard which had helped India add 92 runs in this middle session. Sundar had a lifeline early on when he edged Mitchell Starc between second slip and gully but he negotiated the short balls really well by swaying out of their way. Shardul Thakur took… Read full this story
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