Debutant shocks Ravindra Jadeja, knocks over off stump to register his 6th wicket; Gaze | Cricket News

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Ravindra Jadeja used to be brushed off by Aussie debutant Todd Murphy in the 2d innings of India vs Australia 1st Test match. Murphy registered a 7-wicket haul.

Ravindra Jadeja,

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Todd Murphy returned with impressive figures of seven/124 after bowling 47 overs in the 2d innings of the India vs Australia first Test match in Nagpur. After ending Day 2 with figures of 5/82, the 22-year-stale added two wickets to Australia’s tally on Day 3, including the necessary wicket of Ravindra Jadeja. The star allrounder misjudged a shipping by the baby in the first session of the match and used to be bowled out.

In the 119th over of India’s first batting innings, Murphy bowled a flatter shipping with a parallel seam, angling in towards the batter. The ball also grew to alter into honest a puny sooner than knocking down the off stump, while Jadeja seemed to let the shipping dash. The allrounder used to be left panicked with the dismissal and took some time to soak it in. Click right here to seem on the video of Ravindra Jadeja’s dismissal.

Ravindra Jadeja plays a knock of 70 runs for India 

Jadeja used to be the sixth scalp of the innings for Murphy, who made his world debut in the match. Murphy then brushed off Mohammed Shami to complete his seven-wicket haul, as India were bowled out on the rating of 400 runs in the 2d innings. Interestingly, Rohit Sharma’s men took a 223-trot lead, courtesy of the captain’s knock by the skipper.

Rohit scored 120 runs off 212 balls all over his day out of the center in the 2d innings. The left-handed duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel then took India’s total to 400/10 with knocks of 70 and 84 runs respectively. In the meantime, Mohammed Shami also contributed with a helpful cameo knock of 37 runs in 47 balls.

On the bowling front, Pat Cummins grabbed two wickets after conceding 78 runs in 20.3 overs. Broken-down spinner Nathan Lyon used to be much less efficient in the innings as he registered the figures of 1/126 in 49 overs. This got right here after the Aussie batting lineup used to be dismantled by the Indian bowling lineup on Day 2.

Earlier in Day 1 of the match, Australia used to be bowled out on 177 runs in the first innings, sooner than India chanced on themselves at 77/1 on the stumps. Interestingly, Jadeja grabbed a 5-wicket haul in the first innings of the match, making his India return. On lunch on Day 2, India’s rating stood at 151/3 in 52 overs.

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