Opening Australian batsman Marcus Harris recently spoke of India’s incredible victory in the final test against Australia at Gabba earlier this year, which secured the country’s 2-1 victory in a four-match series.
This was the second consecutive victory in India in the Test Under Down Under series.
Before the final match, India was left without any of its bowling from the front (due to injuries), while the Indian captain They grow kohli also remained unavailable after the first test in the series.
Despite the chances lined up against them, Adjinkya RahaneThe graduates made a remarkable comeback to defeat the Australians on their own land. Harris spoke about India’s performance and especially praised it Cheteshwar Pujara for his grit in the latest test at The Gabba. Harris said he “beat like an Australian.”
“The last day was amazing to watch. The thought process throughout the day was ‘will they go to the slopes or not?’ I think Rishab played the best inning that day, but for Pujara it was an absolute barrage of all and I wasted them, I felt that he was beating a bit like an Australian, taking everything on his chest and dealing with it. Everyone else is beating him up, “Marcus Harris told the Cricket Life Stories YouTube channel.
However, former Indian cricketer Wassim Jaffer came up with a witty remark about Harris “he played like an Australian commentator”.
Logging into his official Twitter account, the former Indian opening tool wrote: “I wonder why Australians don’t fight like Australians.”
India fell 0-1 in the series after facing a huge defeat in the first test, in which visitors collapsed to their lowest test result (36) in the second inning. However, the team made an incredible comeback after beating Australia in Melbourne and Brisbane.