Aus vs Ind: Mayank Agarwal bowled by Pat Cummins

Aus vs Ind 1st test: In the first Test match against Australia, India has decided to bat first by winning the toss. In the first session of the first Test, India scored 41 runs for 2 wickets. Prithvi Shaw’s poor form continued and he returned to the pavilion without scoring.

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India’s first wicket fell at 0. After this, Mayank Agarwal (Pat Cummins) and Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) managed to beat. Together they added 32 runs for the second wicket, during which both the batsmen had to face the struggle of the Kangaroo fast bowlers.

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But on 32 runs, Agarwal became the victim of the fatal bowling of Pat Cummins and returned to the pavilion cleanly. Mayank scored 17 runs off 40 balls which included 2 fours. Cummins bowled Agarwal’s defense with his best ball. The ball was so good that even the batsman was shocked after getting out.

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Earlier, Stark (Cheteshwar Pujara) bowled Shaw (Prithvi Shaw) on his dancing ball and showed the way to the pavilion. Prithvi shot out on the second ball of the Indian innings and returned to the pavilion. Please tell that due to the absence of Rohit Sharma, Mayank and Prithvi Shaw started the innings, but once again the Indian opening pair was a flop. Prithvi Shaw and Agarwal looked uncomfortable in front of Pink Ball.

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The ball that Mayank Agarwal was out on was very surprising. Looking at the ball, you will be convinced why Pat Cummins is the number one bowler in the Test. Significantly, in the history of the Pink Ball Test match, the Australian team has not lost the Test even once.

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At the same time, Aus vs Ind the Indian team is playing the test with the pink ball for the second time in the history of its Test cricket. India played a day-night Test in Kolkata against Bangladesh in 2019 and was successful in winning that historic Test by an inning and 46 runs.

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