India lower order is ahead of the top order Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma scored runs Axar Patel and Ashwin made a comeback


India scored 262 runs in its first innings.
Akshar Patel scored a brilliant half-century.

New Delhi. In the Border Gavaskar Trophy, Team India had made a big strategy, be it bowling or batting. India also started this series with a win. But in the second match, Australia has started showing its colors. On the second day, the bowlers of the visiting team dominated India. The guest team’s star spinner Nathan Lyon took five wickets in his name. The flop show of KL Rahul continues.

Team India had lost five of its batsmen within 100 runs. But an innings of 44 runs was seen from Virat Kohli, but after that he became a victim of a controversial out. India was in trouble, but the picture was still pending. The reason for which is India’s reverse batting. In both the Tests, the lower order batsmen have shown stars to the visiting team.

Low order beats top order in Nagpur

First let’s talk about Nagpur, during that time captain Rohit Sharma played a century in the top order. After that five batsmen including Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara could not cross the figure of 30. The opening five batsmen together scored 182 runs while the lower order had crossed the 200 mark. In which Akshar Patel’s 84 and Ravindra Jadeja’s innings of 70 runs were included.

Lady luck changed the direction of Akshar Patel’s game, showed stars to Australia during the day

Akshar Patel came and dominated again

In the second test too, the lower order once again shone. Among the top batsmen, Rohit Sharma scored 32 runs while Virat scored 44 runs. Apart from this, the bat of any batsman did not work. Whereas, when he came down, once again Akshar spread his charm. He played a valuable inning of 74 runs. A century partnership was seen between R Ashwin and Akshar. In this way, once again the bowler became the batsman. India’s first innings ended on 262 runs.

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