Ravindra Jadeja celebrates after dismissing an Australian batter.© AFP
Australia batter Peter Handscomb on Thursday admitted that the Nagpur observe “tricked” the visiting facet because it did rather a lot lower than what they’d feared within the opening Test of the four-match collection. Ravindra Jadeja (5/47) and Ravichandran Ashwin (3/42) shared eight wickets between them as Australia had been bowled out for 177 of their first innings. Many Australian batters had been out enjoying poor pictures. Some of them performed for the flip when there was none. India reached 77 for 1 at stumps on the opening day.
“It definitely wasn’t easy out there. It’s tough because when the pitch is playing tricks that starts to play with your mind a little bit as well,” Handscomb stated on the press convention after the opening day’s play.
“The ball that doesn’t do as much you expect to do a little bit more and that’s where you can come undone with the ball that goes straight on, rather than the big turners we saw out there as well.” Handscomb, who scored 31 within the Australian innings, stated the Indian group bowled rather well as a unit and did not give away simple runs.
“It’s tough out there, Jadeja was obviously bowling very well, not really giving our batsmen a lot to hit and I found him tough to score (against),” the 31-year-old right- handed batter stated.
For Handscomb, it was a comeback to the Test group after 4 years and he stated he was feeling good to play once more within the longest format.
“I’ve worked really hard on a lot of things on my game, mentally, tactically and on my technique as well.
“To work that onerous and get the rewards to come back again in, it is a actually, very nice feeling. I’m simply grateful to be on the market and provides it a crack at time.”
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