AUS vs IND: Washington Sundar slog swept Nathan Lyon for a no-look six over midwicket.© Twitter
After a profitable outing with the ball on his Test debut, Washington Sundar led India’s fightback with the bat as nicely, taking part in a vital knock of 62 runs to bail India out of hassle within the first innings on Day three of the fourth Test on the Gabba in Brisbane. Sundar reaped the rewards of an impressed batting efficiency as he introduced up his maiden half-century on his Test debut. The left-handed batsman performed some superb photographs throughout his knock however there was one which stood out. Having accomplished his fifty, Sundar took on Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon and slog swept him for a no-look six over midwicket. Sundar’s confidence in his stroke was seen from the truth that as quickly because the ball left his bat, he knew it was going to sail over the fence, therefore did not even trouble taking a look at it.
Sharing the video of Sundar’s unimaginable shot, cricket.com.au tweeted: “That’s spicy! A no-look six from Sundar”.
That’s spicy! A no-look six from Sundar
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— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021
Sundar, taking part in because the lone Indian spinner within the match, impressed every person along with his three wickets within the first innings, together with the wickets of Steve Smith and Cameron Green.
At one stage India had misplaced six wickets for 186 runs and with not a lot batting left the guests have been on the verge of conceding an enormous first innings deficit.
However, Sundar and Shardul Thakur placed on one of the best partnership of the match up to now to bail India out of hassle and get them near Australia’s first innings complete of 369 runs.
In the method, the duo additionally broke the report of the best seventh-wicket partnership by an Indian pair on the Gabba, bettering the earlier better of 58 runs by Kapil Dev and Manoj Prabhakar in 1991.
India have been bowled out for 336 runs, falling 33 runs in need of Australia’s first innings complete.
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