Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test: The third Test (India Vs Australia) between India and Australia was very exciting. Ravichandran Ashwin and Hanuma Vihari remained at the crease and did not give Australia any chance. Captain Tim Paine was seen sledding from behind the wicket. He tried to provoke the Indian batsmen a lot, but the Indian batsmen showed understanding. Tim Paine appeared on the flop in Keepering. He missed three important catches. In the last session of the match, Tim Paine gave up an easy catch of Hanuma Vihari. After that Harsha Bhogle, who was doing Hindi commentary, gave a great reaction. This video is becoming increasingly viral on social media.
In the last session, Australia needed 5 wickets to win. Australia knew that after getting a wicket, they would get closer to the match. Mitchell Starc tried to play Vihari’s shot, but the ball went to the keeper with an edge. Left this catch off Tim Paine. At that time Harsha Bhogle was doing Hindi commentary. He said, ‘Look at the gloves, not Tim Penn.’
Vihari edges and a chance goes down late on the final day …
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 11, 2021
Tim Paine to Ashwin Anna: Bak bak bak bak bak bak bakk
* Starc bowls a peach next delivery *
Harsh bhogle destroying paine:
“Gaur karein gloves par, zubaan pe nahin Tim Paine” pic.twitter.com/ICIBGq4Aep
– Rhit (@ rohit29_) January 11, 2021
The third Test match played between India and Australia ended on a draw. India’s batsmen battled hard on the last day and faced the Australian bowlers fiercely. Rahane and Pujara started the Indian innings on the last day of the third Test match. Rahane was dismissed for only 4 runs but after that Rishabh Pant and Pujara batted fiercely, both together added 148 runs for the fourth wicket. Rishabh was out after scoring 97 runs.
After this, Pujara also missed a century and after playing 77 runs, bowled out by Josh Hazlewood and returned to the pavilion. After India’s 5 wickets fell, Hanuma Vihari and Ashwin batted brilliantly and batted till the last session and played an important role in drawing the match. While Ashwin scored 39 runs off 128 balls, Vihari scored 23 runs off 161 balls. Together they shared a 62-run partnership for the sixth wicket and drew the match.