Kuldeep Yadav gets ridiculous catches against Australia Captain – Virat Kohli enjoys it

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Captain Virat Kohli celebrates the historic victory
Captain Virat Kohli celebrates the historic victory (Photo Source- cricket.com.au)
 

Kuldeep Yadav gets ridiculous catches against Australia Captain – Virat Kohli enjoys it: During this, Captain Kohli standing in the second slip celebrated in a unique style. Kohli ran the first and then he embraced Kuldeep.

In the fourth and final Test being played between India and Australia, the Indian team has strengthened their hold. On the third day, due to the rain, the game of about 16 overs was not possible and now the fourth day’s game will start half an hour earlier. India’s highest wicket-taker Kuldeep Yadav has made his name. Kuldeep did the job of sending the pavilion to Usman Khawaja, Travis Head and captain Tim Paine. Head of wicket in these three wickets is very important for Kuldeep. The head, batting on 20 balls in 56 balls, was looking good in the rhythm, but Kuldeep’s spin was also looking helpless. Kuldeep caught the head with his own ball at the score of 20. Kuldeep jumped on the right and grabbed a great catch and gave India great success. During this, Captain Kohli standing in the second slip celebrated in a unique style. Kohli ran the first and then he embraced Kuldeep.

During this time Kohli looked smiling at the head. Explain that Australia were struggling to avoid follow-on by scoring 236 runs for six wickets in the third session, after which the rain came in the third session after which the next game could not be taken. India still has 386 runs ahead of Australia. India declared their first innings with 622 runs on seven wickets. It is to be seen that Peter Handscomb (28 not out) and Pat Cummins (25 not out) are able to pull the Australian struggle.

Both of them have added 38 runs for the seventh wicket. The Indian pacers Mohammad Shami (one wicket by 54 runs) and Jaspreet Bumrah (no wicket for any wicket) got special help from SCG pitch but left-arm spinner Jadeja (2 for 62) and Chinaman spinner Kuldeep (71) Three by three runs) kept the Australian batsmen in the nose (With agency input)

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