Melbourne: Australia are on a high after beating Team India in the first Test match played in Adelaide. The former Kangaroo cricketers are on the seventh sky. In the absence of Virat Kohli, Australian giants are constantly making rhetoric to put pressure on Team India.
Australian great spinner Shane Warne believes that the Indian cricket team would still have suffered after an embarrassing 8-wicket defeat in the Adelaide Test and the Australian team would tear it apart in the Boxing Day Test.
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Australia won by eight wickets after India reduced their minimum test score to 36 in the first Test. The second match will be held from Saturday 26 December in which Indian captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) Will not play those who have returned home due to the birth of their first child. Warne told Fox Cricket, “I think the Australian team will tear their ass away.”
Warne said, India has great players like KL Rahul. Young Shubman Gill will also be in the team. Ajinkya Rahane is also a great player and we know what Cheteshwar Pujara can do. Warne said, “Not playing Mohammed Shami is also a big loss. He is a great player. The pitch in Melbourne was also well suited to his bowling. The Indian team received a lot of criticism after the embarrassing defeat in the first Test, but Warne said that instead of blaming the Indian batsmen, the Australian fast bowlers should be praised.
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“I would give credit to the Australian bowlers, who bowled so well,” said Warne (Shane Warne). All four bowlers and Cameron Green performed together. They are becoming great bowlers. He said, ‘Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon have been doing well for a long time. They will definitely be compared to bowlers from my time. If the next four or five years continue to play like this, it will probably be Australia’s best bowling attack ever. Let us know that the second match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia will be played in Melbourne from 26 December. Australia lead 1-0 in the series.