Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur set Twitter ablaze by pummeling their lady fifties in the most extended organization on Day 3 of the fourth Test against Australia in Brisbane.
Both Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur enrolled numerous records to their names.
Sundar broke a 110-year traditional record in Test matches into Australia. His 62 is the most elevated score by a meeting player batting at No.7 on presentation in Australia. The record recently remained with England’s Frank Foster. He had scored 56 batting at No.7 on introduction in a Test coordinate in Australia path back in 1911.
This is the third most elevated score by Indian batting at No.7 on Test debut. The most noteworthy was by Rahul Dravid when he scored 95 against England in Lord’s in 1996.
Sundar likewise turned out to be just the third Indian cricketer to hit 50 years and take a three-wicket pull on his Test debut. The other two were Dattu Phadkar and Hanuma Vihari.
Shardul Thakur who top-scored for India in the primary innings with 67 additionally joined a tip-top rundown. Shardul’s 67 is presently the third most noteworthy score by an India batting at N0.8 in Australia.
Here are the way Twitter responded to Sundar and Thakur’s records and their 123-run seventh-wicket stand
Gabba the Dhaba for these two guys.— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 17, 2021
Brilliant from Sundar and Thakur. pic.twitter.com/NouAYYFyN4
What a come back for India.A 123 run stand for the seventh wicket between Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar.Well done,Team India. Now you have to take crucial wickets on day 4 pic.twitter.com/8VH8FrdSeL— Biswajyoti Patra (@PatraBiswajyoti) January 17, 2021
Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur added a mightily valuable 123 runs.— Learnzonepluss@gmail.com (@learnzonepluss) January 17, 2021
Their Spirit and endurance brought India Straight back into the game….
India’s approach has been aggressive, positive and authentic.
Wonder – What skills they are learning?#TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/b6gnYT2nGe
Representing the boldness appeared by the guests, presently delivered practically second-string attributable to plenty of harms endured by their top players through the four-coordinate arrangement, Washington and Shardul blended alert in with animosity to rescue their group of a shaky 186 for six.
To begin with, they turned far-fetched deliverers after three delicate excusals pushed India on the back foot. In the last meeting, the two opened up and pursued the elite Australian assault. If his nine fours were adequately not, Shardul pummeled off-spinner Nathan Lyon, holder of 397 wickets, for a most extreme over long-on to arrive at his lady Test fifty in style in just his subsequent match. Shardul opened his record with a snared six off the world’s leading bowler, Pat Cummins.
In his first Test, Washington too early got to his lady fifty in the customary arrangement while finding the fence multiple times and clearing it once.
Thakur was excused for 67 by Pat Cummins, and Sundar’s innings reached a conclusion when he edged erratic Mitchell Starc.
India’s innings collapsed not long after for 336 as Australia took a first-innings lead of 33 runs.
Australia’s openers – David Warner (20) and Marcus Harris (1) – saw six overs, and stretched out the host group’s lead to 54 by stumps.