Shoaib Akhtar, former fast bowler of Pakistan, praised India’s batsmen for the Sydney Test Draw. Australia were dominant until the fourth day in Sydney and were the favorites to win the match, but on the fifth and final day of the match, the Indian batsmen gave up the Australian hand-to-hand victory, setting the best example of fighting and livelihood. In this match, India set a target of 407 runs, in which Team India scored 134 overs and 334-5. Many players contributed to the draw of this match. This includes wicketkeeper batsmen Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin.
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As one of the best matches in Sydney Test cricket, Akhtar wrote on his YouTube channel, “The Indian team is struggling with the injuries of many of its star players at the moment, but despite that role (temperament), they will beat the hosts Australia in Brisbane. Commenting on the players’ constant injury, Rawalpindi Express said that the strength of Team India’s bench should make them realize that their team can win in this situation, and that they need to make one last attempt, so that they can witness a historic series win.
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In this match, India started the fifth day with a score of 98–2. At the time, two experienced Indian skipper Ajinkya Rahane and a trusted batsman Cheteshwar Pujara were present at the crease. The team had a very poor start and Team India got their first over of the day only in the second over of the day, when captain Rahane caught the catch of Matthew Wade who was standing on Nathan Lyon’s point at the silly point. After this, Rishabh Pant, who was promoted to bat, swept the Australian bowlers’ heads and played an impressive innings of 97 runs in 118 balls. After Cheteshwar Pujara and Pant were dismissed, the team was in trouble, but from here Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin batted memorably and took the match in 42 overs. Notably, both players played despite being injured.