Ravindra Jadeja No ball wicket as KL Rahul runs to pavilion but umpire Michael Gough calls back IND vs AUS 2nd Test

New Delhi. An interesting scene was witnessed during the Delhi Test match between India and Australia. A sight that TV viewers might have missed. This interesting situation happened in the 78th over on the first day of the match, when Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Peter Handscomb of Australia. As soon as Ravichandran Ashwin caught the handscomb, most of the Indian players ran towards the pavilion. KL Rahul was at the forefront of this race to reach the pavilion early, but after the signal of the umpire, he had to take the opposite step.

The second Test match between India and Australia is being played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi. The Indian team scored 263 runs in 78.4 overs to Australia on the first day of the match. Usman Khawaja scored the highest 81 runs from Australia. Peter Handscomb remained unbeaten after scoring 72 runs. For India, Mohammed Shami took maximum 4 wickets. Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin took 3-3 wickets.

During the match, an interesting situation was seen on the fifth ball of the 78th over. Ravindra Jadeja was doing this over. Australia had scored 254 runs for 9 wickets. Then Ravindra Jadeja got the handscomb caught by Ashwin on the cover. With this wicket, the stadium echoed with noise. Took the way to Australia’s batter pavilion. Indian opener KL Rahul almost started running. Rahul had just reached near the boundary line that the umpire signaled no ball. Handscomb got the lifeline and the faces of the Indian cricketers were filled with slight disappointment. All the fielders started taking their positions. Since KL Rahul had moved fast, he had to run a few steps to return.

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