IND vs AUS: WATCH Rishabh Pant hilariously sings Spiderman Spiderman
Updated on: Jul 28, 2021 5:06 pm IST
Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is one lively character who entertains everyone with his constant chirping behind the stumps which is also considered as an annoying thing by some fans. His gestures in the field is something that is infectious that goes viral in social media in no time.
Rishabh Pant’s hilarious singing
When Australia were batting for declaration, the Aussie skipper Tim Paine and Cameron Green were batting at that point in time. The Delhi lad Rishabh Pant started singing a kindergarten song which was caught in stump mic that went viral among fans in social media.
Pant at his best
Paineey: atleast my team mates like me, you big head
— Azekah Ali (@Bleed_bluish) January 18, 2021
After a fighting 123 run partnership for the 7th wicket between Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar, India managed to reduce the 1st innings lead for Australia as they conceded 33 run lead which could have been more than 150 runs if not for that partnership.
Australia came out to bat with a significant lead of 33 in the 2nd innings and they were positive from the word go. Indian inexperienced pace attack had no clue to the Australian batsmen as runs kept flowing which helped Australia to push the game ahead at a rapid pace.
Indian bowlers bowled their heart out even when Australian batsmen kept coming hard at them. Mohammad Siraj picked his maiden 5-fer in tests as he ended with figures of 5 for 73 in 19.5 overs. Steve Smith was the top scorer for Australia with a neat 55.
Australia to win 2-1
Australia have set an unreachable target of 328 runs and India have 10 wickets in hand going into day 5. India will have 98 overs to chase this target on a day 5 pitch which is next to impossible.
The wicket has become a nightmare for batsmen as the odd ball is keeping low and raising high from the same length. Its just a matter of time for the relentless Aussie attack to wrap up the Indian batting order which is without their best batsman in Virat Kohli and its best all-rounder in Ravindra Jadeja. In all likelihood, Australia will be regaining the Border-Gavaskar trophy after 5 years.