You feel more like a Test cricketer: Cameron Green relishes maiden Test ton


Cameron Green had finger surgery earlier this year.
For this reason, he did not play the first two Test matches against India.

Ahmedabad. Australia’s all-rounder Cameron Green was finally able to convert a half-century into a century for the seventh time and after lifting this burden, he is now feeling like a Test cricketer. Green, playing his 20th Test match, scored 114 runs in the first innings of the fourth and final Test match against India. This is his first century in Test cricket. Usman Khawaja played an inning of 180 runs, which helped Australia to score a strong score of 480 runs in the first innings.

Cameron Green told reporters after the match, “When this kind of burden is off your back, then you feel like a Test cricketer. That’s why it was great to score a century here. This is special to me. The Indian bowlers, especially Umesh Yadav, bowled some loose balls to Green, taking advantage of which the all-rounder was able to score quick runs.

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Australian player Green said, “I think a little bit of luck also supported me, so that I reached 70 to 80 and then 90 runs very fast. This helped me a bit and I did not get much time to think about the century.

Cameron Green’s earlier highest score was 84 runs and hence his innings is definitely special. He said, “It is a really special innings. Certainly being close to a century (95 runs) at lunch felt like 40 minutes being an hour and 40 minutes. But I was batting with Ujji (Khwaja’s nickname) and I had an experienced player at the other end the whole time. He batted brilliantly and that helped me a lot.

Tags: Border Gavaskar Trophy, Cameron Green, India vs Australia

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