“They can’t understand the fact that…”: Indian-born star blasts Australian media
The Indian cricket team on Day One of the First Test meets Australia.© BCCI
Former Indian cricketer Sanjay Bangar criticized the Australian media following their controversial reports of various events during Day 1 of the ongoing First Test between India and Australia. New day begins with captain Australia Pat Cummins win the pitch and pick first hit at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur. Mohammed Siraj hit the first ball of the second inning to eliminate Usman Khawaja. The referee was not convinced with the LBW’s appeal against Khawaja but India went up the stairs and watched the ball show it would hit the foot. The decision to ‘not go out’ was rescinded, resulting in Australia losing its first match.
Regarding the decision, Australian media outlet Fox Cricket shared their disappointment and questioned the ball tracking device.
“Broken ball tracker?”
Aussies are stunned just minutes into the First Test by an “exciting” DRS moment >> https://t.co/7H7qXMDhBX pic.twitter.com/x3tR443KZf
– Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) February 9, 2023
Responding to it and other reports targeting the Nagpur pitch and Indian players, Bangar said that the Australian media could not understand the fact that India dominated on Day One of the First Test. .
“Well, I’m not on Twitter. But in the Indo-Australian series you have to be in touch with what’s happening globally. Some media from Australia say that the ball tracker (was) broken. broken and they weren’t happy with DRS. And now it’s crying, all of this. They couldn’t understand the fact that the Indian team was dominant on Day One,” Bangar said in a future match. works on Star Sports.
Rohit Sharma led the way with a 56-match unbeaten run after India beat Australia in 177 runs on Thursday. India is 77 eat 1 at the tree stump on Day One. Australia captain Cummins chose to hit the bat first, but India’s collective bowling effort is led by India Ravindra Jadeja find their decision counterproductive. Jadeja won a five-stroke and Ravichandran Ashwin pick three when India eliminated Australia with a negligible total score.
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