WTC Final: Pat Cummins hit such a ball, Shardul Thakur was in pain, injured twice in one over

WTC Final: Pat Cummins hit such a ball, Shardul Thakur was in pain, injured twice in one over

Oval: The final match of the World Test Championship between India and Australia is being played at the Oval Cricket Ground in London. Batting first in the match, Australia scored a mammoth score of 469 runs. In response to this, Team India’s batting faltered from the beginning. Top 4 batsmen had returned to the pavilion within 100 runs. However, with Ajinkya Rahane’s half-century, Team India has definitely crossed the 200-run mark on the third day of the game. Meanwhile, Australia’s pace battery is constantly troubling the Indian batsmen. Especially many players of Team India were injured by the fire-breathing ball of Captain Pat Cummins. Something similar was seen on the third day of the game when Shardul Thakur woke up in pain. In fact, Shardul got two injuries in the same over of Pat Cummins. This injury was so painful that he could not even hold the bat in his hand.

During this, the team of doctors sitting in the dugout saw Shardul’s hand and took stock of the injury. However, shortly after this, Shardul agreed to bat again. Despite being injured, Shardul Thakur stood as a wall between Australia and the follow-on.

Rahane completed his half-century

Meanwhile, on the third day of the game, Ajinkya Rahane completed his half-century. This was Rahane’s 26th fifty in Test cricket. However, during this, Rahane also got a lifeline when he could not even cross the double figure. Rahane was lbw out by Pat Cummins but his ball became a no ball. After this, Rahane did not look back and started taking news of Australian bowlers.

During this, he also crossed his 5000 run mark in Test cricket. In doing so, he also became the 15th batsman from India to complete his 500 runs in the Test format.

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