Border Gavaskar Trophy Wasim Jaffer made fun of the fielding of the Australian team


Wasim Jaffer made fun of Australian fielding
The visiting team made big catches on crucial occasions

New Delhi. The first match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is being played at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur from February 9. Nothing seems to be proving good for the visiting team Australia in this match. Batting first after winning the toss in Nagpur, the Kangaroo team got bundled out for just 177 runs in the first innings. At the same time, when it was the turn of the Indian batsmen to return the pavilion as soon as possible during the bowling, many of its fielders dropped catches at crucial times. The result was that the Indian team managed to score a big score of 400 runs in the first innings.

Wasim Jaffer made fun of Australia:

Seeing the poor fielding of the Australian team in Nagpur, former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer has made fun of him in a unique way. Actually, the 44-year-old former cricketer has shared a post on social media. In which it is written A for Australia, B for ball, C for catch, D for drop. Along with this, he has put an emoji while ridiculing.

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India scored 400 runs:

After being reduced to just 177 runs in Australia’s first innings, the Indian team managed to score 400 runs while starting their first innings. While opening the innings for the Blue team, Captain Rohit Sharma played the highest century innings of 120 runs. Apart from this, Akshar Patel (84) and Ravindra Jadeja (70) scored fifties while batting brilliantly in the lower order.

The condition of the visiting team worsened in the second innings as well.

On the basis of the first innings in the Nagpur Test, the Indian team managed to get a lead of 223 runs. In the second innings, when the batsmen of the visiting team came out to bat, here too their batsmen failed to face the Indian bowlers. The situation is that half the batsmen of the opposition team have returned to the pavilion only on 56 runs. The Indian team is now only five wickets away from winning the Nagpur Test.

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