IND vs AUS Final: World Cup battlefield: One push and two…

IND vs AUS Final: World Cup battlefield: One push and two…

Nimish Patgaonkar

When a climber starts from the base camp to climb Mount Everest and reaches the summit, when only one last step is visible, he becomes so proud that he becomes very confident, but he is aware of how much effort will have to be made to cross the last step. The Indian team’s World Cup (IND vs AUS Final) appears to be the final stage of its war-driven ascha, but the challenge before us is that of five-time world champion Australia. India played its first encounter with Australia in Chennai on 8th October and got ready for the final clash of the World Cup with Australia today. In one sense your circle is complete. At the beginning of the World Cup, all the cricket pundits had given a thumbs up to England for the final match, but in the first two innings, Australia beat them with seven consecutive innings and won the final. Afrikela Harwoon reached the final match.

If India had seen a dream performance in the World Cup, in the first match, Australia would have caught India in trouble, then today’s final match would have been India’s tremendous form against the middle batsmen, Australia’s explosive Trikutcha and Jhampacha, similarly India’s Bumrah, Shami, Siraj against Warner, Head, Smith, Labuschagne. Nanefekicha Kaul remains important today and Nanefekhi winning team will bat first. As was the case with New Zealand’s penultimate innings or in the final match itself, the first fifteen overs of both the innings would decide the direction of the innings. The union which dominates the first fifteen sixes wins the World Cup.

In the series match against Australia, the Chennai track would have been double paced, but the Ahmedabad track would have been slow and spin-friendly. In the match against Pakistan, I saw an empty ball made from the base of Ithlya sand. Then there is no doubt about the way Rohit Sharma unleashed his power against Chennai Super Kings like Afridi, Willey, Bolt and attacked the best bowlers like Jagatlya Davkhurya or Starc. The fast-moving bowlers would give him a lot of trouble, but if he used the crease properly or stepped up, he could easily hit the ball from 30 yards. In his 10 innings, he scored only 266 runs at a strike rate of 133 with 42 fours and 21 sixes. Whether Rohit Sharma scores a half-century or a century is not important at present, otherwise the rhythm of the opponent’s attack is continuously deteriorating. Rohit Sharma and Gill can give you a good start while the batting of Kohli, Iyer and Rahul will be good enough for you. Five batsmen, an octave like Jadeja and a batsman with five bowlers and five bowlers like Jadeja is the current issue. (IND vs AUS Final)

India’s shaky start in the first match of the first match and the last match, Suryakumar Yadav Sahava laying the foundation as a batsman, is the first option to maintain the penultimate round. Another option would be to replace Surya with Ashwinla instead of Surya to support the Indian spin bowlers, considering Australia and off-spin, or the third option would be the inclusion of Ashwin instead of Khelwat Siraj, three spin bowlers and two fast bowlers. However, there seems to be little possibility of accepting the third option. The reason is that each of our influences has a role to play. Bumrah has given 15 to 20 runs in his first four centuries and wants to take one wicket whereas Siraj has given only 30 to 35 runs in his first four centuries and two to three runs are expected from him. Ashvincha Nets Madhla Sarao Baghta Drosiya Synonymous Thought Hoiley it seems. You can see what a problem it is to play against New Zealand with only five bowlers. The winning combination started changing and Ashwinla played against Australia instead of Surya. Experience is very important in the final match of the World Cup.

After Australia’s first two defeats, his policy is somewhat similar to Rohit Sharma. Initially, Travis Head was not available due to injury, but when Warner was added, his run rate started rising to 6 in the first power play. Warner-head duo’s work becomes like Sharma-Gill’s, Steve Smith’s role becomes like Kohli’s. He will hold the ground on one side and thrash on the other side. When Australian captain Pat Cummins looked at the pitch on Saturday, it became clear that the batsman was in trouble in the middle of the match. Today on Sunday, Asel Tywaroon is planning to take the stony blow from Australia’s Labuschagne. Australia’s combination of Starc, Hazlewood, Cummins, Zampa, Maxwell, Travis Head and Labuschagne or Stoinis are synonymous with bowling. The selection of India’s bowling substitute Vadhaya Lahi Ashwini makes sense. (IND vs AUS Final)

The mark that Rohit Sharma has shown on his leadership qualities in the World Cup is extraordinary. His leading from the front, his ability to automatically deceive opponents, his bowling changes, his clever fielding, his accuracy in taking DRS all add up to his winning speech. The captain of the Indian team is a thorny crown, but Rohit Sharma has a natural talent. This is a big contribution to Mumbai cricket. When the Mumbai cricketer tries to squeeze into the Churchgate local with his big kit bag in the morning rush, his struggle for survival begins. The man in Mumbai is facing tremendous pain and expectations, saying, ‘The next moment is going to go, if possible, spend your life in it’, complaining, smiling face, and complaining. After explaining the respective roles of each player, Rohit Sharma gives full opportunity to that player. O captain, doing unusual work, your captain’s crown does not allow you to communicate with everyone, that is why you seem like a player, not a cricket lover.

When Dhoni won the 2011 World Cup, Tendulkar proved to be the one who fulfilled his wish. Rohit Sharma, who had to undergo surgery after missing the 2011 World Cup, is today the captain of India. Rohit Sharma’s last World Cup victory has come to an end today due to the excellent performance of the Indian Association and the willpower of millions of Indians.

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