BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on Monday lauded the efforts of Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant and Ravichandran Ashwin in saving the third Take a look at towards Australia and urged the Indian staff to go for a collection win.
The trio of Pujara, Pant and Ashwin navigated via a hostile Australian bowling assault on the ultimate day to grab a exceptional draw towards the house staff.
“Hope all of us realise the significance of Pujara, Pant and Ashwin in cricket groups…batting at three in check cricket towards high quality bowling is just not all the time hitting via the road ..nearly 400 check wickets do not come identical to that,” Ganguly tweeted.
“..effectively fought India..time to win the collection @bcci,” he wrote.
Hope all of us realise the significance of pujara,pant and Ashwin in cricket groups..batting at three in check cricket towards high quality bowling is just not all the time hitting via the road ..nearly 400 check wickets do not come identical to that..effectively fought india..time to win the collection @bcci
— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) January 11, 2021
Chasing a herculean goal of 407, Pant (97) and Pujara (77) performed brilliantly to offer India hope of an unlikely win. After the dismissal of the duo, Ashwin (39 not out off 128 balls) and Hanuma Vihari (23 not out off 161) noticed via the final session to avoid wasting the Take a look at and pull off a draw.
The collection is locked at 1-1 going into the fourth and closing Take a look at in Brisbane, beginning Friday.