November 29, 2021

Ausvsind: Ricky Ponting Says It Is Just Been Very Poor Batting So Far From Australia – Ausvsind


Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Melbourne
Updated Mon, 28 Dec 2020 08:48 PM IST

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Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting on Monday said good about his own team. In fact, Ponting turned red with anger after seeing the performance of the Australian batsmen ahead of the Indian bowlers in the second Test and sounded bad to his own team.

Ricky Ponting said that there is no flaw in the MCG pitch. But the Australian batsmen batted the worst against the Indian bowlers. Criticizing his team, he said, ‘You can’t blame the pitch. The pitch is perfect. The ball was spinning a bit, but you already expect this. This is now the worst batting sample.

Speaking to Channel Seven, Ponting said that Australian batsmen did not play cautiously in front of Indian bowlers. He said that he was out playing bad shots. The former captain said that he failed to run the score board on a regular basis and this led to pressure and a bad shot when pressure is created.

Let us know that on the third day of the second Test being played in Melbourne, Team India’s first innings was all out for 326 runs. Team India got a lead of 131 runs on the basis of first innings. On the first day of the match, India dismissed Australia for 195 runs in the first innings. At the same time, after the end of the day’s play, Australia managed to score 133/6 runs in their second innings. Now he is only 2 runs ahead of India.

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting on Monday said good about his own team. In fact, Ponting turned red with anger after seeing the performance of the Australian batsmen ahead of the Indian bowlers in the second Test and sounded bad to his own team.

Ricky Ponting said that there is no flaw in the MCG pitch. But the Australian batsmen batted the worst against the Indian bowlers. Criticizing his team, he said, ‘You can’t blame the pitch. The pitch is perfect. The ball was spinning a bit, but you already expect this. This is now the worst batting sample.

Speaking to Channel Seven, Ponting said that Australian batsmen did not play cautiously in front of Indian bowlers. He said that he was out playing bad shots. The former captain said that he failed to run the score board on a regular basis and this led to pressure and a bad shot when pressure is created. Let us know that on the third day of the second Test being played in Melbourne, Team India’s first innings was all out for 326 runs. Team India got a lead of 131 runs on the basis of first innings. On the first day of the match, India dismissed Australia for 195 runs in the first innings. At the same time, after the end of the day’s play, Australia managed to score 133/6 runs in their second innings. Now he is only 2 runs ahead of India.


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