IND vs AUS Brisbane Test: First Ajinkya Rahane and then Cheteshwar Pujara dropped the catch of Marnus Labuschagne

new Delhi: The fourth Test of the series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) is being played at the Gabba ground in Brisbane. Rohit Sharma’s superb fielding in the opening moments of the match created a thrill. There was disappointment in the Indian camp due to missing some catches.

Rahane dropped the catch

When Navdeep Saina bowled the 5th ball of the 36th over, Marnus Labuschagne hit the ball towards the lane area. Ajinkya Rahane, who was present there for fielding, made a big mistake. He gave up a simple catch. Labushen was then on a personal score of 37 runs.

See also- VIDEO: Rohit Sharma took such a great catch in slip, David Warner surprised

Mistake from pujara too

Labushen was batting on a personal score of 48 when T Natarajan bowled the 5th ball of the 46th over. The ball reached the slip with his bat. Pujara dived but failed to catch the catch.

Labuchen century

If Rahane and Pujara had not missed the catch of Marnus Labuschagne, this Australian batsman would not have succeeded in scoring his 5th Test century. The entire team India had to bear the brunt of bad fielding.


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