𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 –Australian cricket team assistant coach Andrew McDonald praised the inexperienced bowlers of the Indian team in the fourth Test match being played in Brisbane.
The Australian coach praised the young Washington Sundar, saying that the young off-spinner bowled a lot in place of R. Ashwin.
Let us tell you that many players of the Indian cricket team have been injured in this series, due to which Washington Sundar had to come down on the field.
And he took three wickets for 89 runs in the debut match against Australia. In addition to Washington Sundar, left-arm young fast bowler T. Natarajan also took three wickets in this match.
Let us tell you that for this series in the Indian cricket team, these bowlers were stopped here as net bowlers.
Australian coaches Andrew McDonald praise, T. Natarajan and Washington Sundar –
Andrew McDonald said in the press conference after the match ended on the second day of the match, “I felt that the Indian bowlers were very consistent in this match.
I felt that especially Washington Sundar bowled with a lot of discipline”. And he took over the role of Ravichandran Ashwin and played the role quite well.
He managed to take a few wickets on the strength of his tight bowler as well. Australian assistant coach McDonald who was coaching in the IPL.
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Andrew McDonald was also impressed with India’s young fast bowler T. Natarajan. He said, I think he is a bowler who kept a tight rein on the opposition team with his tight bowling and I was very impressed by it.
He further said that, even though young Natarajan is inexperienced, he has played enough first-class matches to play his first Test match on this tour.
And this is a great achievement for him, which is why I think he did quite well. The Australian team collapsed on 369 runs in the rain-interrupted match on the second day.
The same Indian cricket team has scored 62 runs at the loss of 2 wickets till the end of the day’s play.
While bowling for the Indian team, Shardul Thakur, Washington Sundar, and T. Natarajan took 3-3 wickets. While Mohammad Siraj had a breakthrough.