India VS Australia: Check Out What Pujara Said About Indian Batting Line-Up

During last three Test innings Indian team struggling against Australia. In the last Test match, India lost by 333 runs that were not expected for the home India team. Even in the 1st innings of the 2nd Test match, whole India team was bundled out for 189 runs.

However, on Sunday Cheteshwar Pujara stated that there is “nothing wrong” with the batting line-up.

On Sunday, Pujara said after second day’s play, “Most important thing was we did not have a big partnership. We kept losing wickets. There is nothing wrong with the Indian batting line-up. We are known to play better against spinners, apart from last three innings. We will have a better game plan in the second innings. We are confident that we will do well.”

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He said India’s middle order batsman was not perfectly done their job. Captain Kohli’s dismissal was a shocking thing for India team.

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“It was not easy for the fast bowlers as the oddball was staying low. They have put in a lot of hard work. Spinners did very well. You can see the run-rate, they were not able to score many runs. In a way, it was the victory for us. We bowled tight lines; even the lengths were very good. We bowled well and got six wickets, but they did not score many runs,” he said.

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“We enjoyed this particular season. Winning matches apart from losing a game. This team is strong, and I feel will come back in this particular Test match. We are still enjoying this game. The kind of success we had in the last year, and part of this year, we want to produce more good results and forget the last Test match. I am confident that we will come back in this Test match,” he added.

Pujara also said that India was looking to bowled out Australia within 300 runs.

“If we can get them out in another 30-40 odds runs, but you never know. We focus on bowling right line and length, and wickets will come for spinners and fast bowlers if we continue the way we have bowled. We will have some different plan tomorrow. We will obviously think about what we could have done better. Our bowlers have bowled every well. We would try to restrict them in another 30-40 runs,” he said.

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