India vs Australia: The experience of playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in India came in handy when international match-player Tim David made his debut for Australia in the first T20I of the three-match series against India in Mohali on Tuesday. Being familiar with Indian conditions and having played against most Indian players in the IPL, David did not feel much pressure as he, along with wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, led Australia to a four-wicket win against India at the Bindra Stadium in Mohali.
The claim of this kangaroo player who defeated India in the match
Tim David scored 18 off 14 balls, including a four and a six, and put on 62 runs for a sixth-wicket partnership with Wade (45 off 21 balls) to take Australia to the brink of victory. Gave.
IPL made more dangerous
After making a name for himself in franchise cricket all over the world, David was picked by Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2021, who was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 8.25 crore in the auction. However, after some initial failures, he was put on the bench and fielded in the second half of the IPL, when he helped the team register a few wins.
Experience playing in India
That experience of playing in India with and against Indian team players was the reason why David looked quite calm as he continued to help Wade win Australia. Tim David said, ‘I certainly have the experience of playing in India before and have played a lot of T20 cricket recently.’
the pitch was helping
Tim David said, ‘I felt calm because I knew we were in a good position to be able to chase those runs. The way the pitch was helping. Tim David said that it also helped to keep Wade at the other end, as he is part of the same Hurricanes team in the Big Bash League.