"Forget Spiderman, he goes: Tune Churaya mere dil ka chain after that. Hahahaha. Only one Pant," commented one of the users.
Rahane's inexperienced attack keeps the home side in check on Day One
"It was a bit of a relief for us to see Rohit Sharma out there in the end, that's a huge wicket for us because we know he's a world class player," said Australia head coach
Chasing a mere 70 to win, India overhauled to target in 15.5 overs with more than four sessions to spare
Mohammed Siraj (2/40 in 15 overs) repaid the faith shown in him with wickets of Marnus Labuschagne (48) and Cameron Green (12) with the old ball
Australian commentators were all praise for Siraj’s excellent bowling
Speaking ahead of the start of the game, Border heaped praises on the youngster. “He’s an exciting young talent. What I like about him is that he has backed his potential with performance.
Speaking to media on Wednesday, Paine said that Green will be playing as an all-rounder and would bowl more than four overs in a spell which was the limit set for him due to workload management.
"All-rounder Moises Henriques has been added to Australia's squad for the first Vodafone Test against India after the hosts' camp continues to be hit with injury," a report said.
Siraj's gesture has taken the internet by storm and the BCCIshared a picture in which Green can be seen on his knees after the fierce blow and Siraj standing next to him and checking on the Australian.
Bowling his second spell of the day, the 21-year-old was unable to react in time when Bumrah's full blooded drive slipped through his palms and struck on the right side of the head
Green, 21, was a surprise inclusion for three ODIs and three Twenty20s starting next month, with his call-up following a classy 197 in the domestic Sheffield Shield last week.
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