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Fri, Jan 21, 2022 16:53:46 IST

IND vs. AUS: Shardul Thakur received warning from umpire for throwing bouncer, know why

With fast bowlers Mohammad Siraj (five for 73) and Shardul Thakur (four for 61), India bowled out Australia for 294 in the second innings on Monday, the fourth and final day of the four-match Test series. Built with Bootstrap In this way, Australia scored a total of 327 and set a difficult target of 328 to win the decisive battle for India. India started their innings on target and ended the rainy day by scoring four wickets in 1.5 overs. The match saw the umpire discriminate against an Indian bowler during Australia’s innings, and Shardul Thakur was warned against throwing a bouncer ball against Pat Cummins.

The incident occurred in the 75th over of Australia’s innings. Batting in the over were Pat Cummins, the fast bowler of the Kangaroo team. Shardul Thakur, bowling against him, threw an aggressive bouncer on which umpire Bruce Oxenford warned him to throw a ‘terrible ball’. The ball was also called the umpire’s width. Fans have accused the umpire of discriminating after the incident. One user said that Pat Cummins was not a batsman but a good batsman.

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India need to score 324 runs to win the fifth and final day of the match on Tuesday. On the other hand, Australia will try to take all India 10 wickets before the target. Today, heavy rain ruined the game in the last session, but it was likely to rain on the last day. If India wins or draws a match, it will retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as India won the series 2–1 on the previous 2018–19 tour.

Australia started the day at 21 with no wickets, but India’s fast bowlers Siraj and Thakur spread their fire and prevented the Kangaroos from bowling out for 294 in 75.5 overs. Siraj picked up five wickets for 73 runs in 19.5 overs, Thakur took four wickets for 61 runs in 19 overs and Washington Sundar for 80 runs in 18 overs. T Natarajan scored 41 off 14 overs while Navdeep Saini remained unbeaten on 32 off five overs.

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