Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test Virender Sehwag troll ricky ponting for team India Predicting 200 runs in second innings – Ind Vs Aus: Ricky Ponting

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Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test: Ricky Ponting’s wrong prediction, so Virender Sehwag did Troll like this

India Vs Australia: Ind Vs Aus 3rd Test match was played between India and Australia. Where Team India made a great comeback and made the match exciting. The fury of the Australian players was clearly seen on the ground. In the match, Steve Smith was seen wiping Pant’s guard off the foot. Marnus Labuschagne was also seen sledding. At the stadium, Australia Cricket Fans also made vulgar remarks to Indian players. Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting sitting in the commentary box also made such a prediction for Team India, which proved to be a complete flop. On which Virender Sehwag trolled him.

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On the fourth day of the match, when Australia was batting, Ricky Ponting said that in the second innings, Team India will not be able to score more than 200 runs. But when Team India came out to bat, they showed great batting. Rishabh Pant and Cheteshwar Pujara together brought Team India’s score to 200. After that, Ricky Ponting started trending on social media. People started trolling them. Former India opener batsman Virender Sehwag also did not lag behind. He trolled them by sharing funny photos.

Australia did not expect that Team India will perform brilliantly in this tour. Australia were shocked when Team India won the second match after losing the first match. Former England captain Michael Vaughan predicted that India would lose the Test series 4–0. After winning the second match, he too had to become a victim of trolling. He then tweeted that Team India would lose the series 3–1.

When Ricky Ponting was trolled, he tweeted and wrote, ‘I said that India will only be able to score 200 runs. But the pitch is not so bad. The way Pant played, it is a fantastic approach. This game is still on. ‘

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India landed ahead of 98 runs for two wickets. The day started very well for Australia when Leon got Rahane caught by Matthew Wade at forward short leg. India then decided to send Pant over Hanuma Vihari in the batting order as the team knew that it would not be easy to stick to this wicket as well as a combination of right and left handed batsmen at the crease would help.

Pant took a cautious approach for the first 35 balls but then hit a six and three fours at long on, using the moves against Leon. Tim Paine changed the end of Leon after this but Pant hit two more sixes over Long Off and Long On.

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