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Twitter goes berserk after Jasprit Bumrah cleans up Australia captain Tim Paine with a peach of a delivery

Jasprit Bumrah dismissed young Cameron Green for a 21-ball duck which prompted the umpires to call for lunch on Day 2 and when play resumed in the second session, he removed Australia captain Time Paine with a peach of a delivery that set Twitter on fire.

Jasprit Bumrah clean bowls Tim Paine(Twitter)
Updated on Jan 08, 2021 09:14 AM IST
New Delhi | Byhindustantimes.com

India vs Australia: Bubble fatigue leads to surface tension

While Ajinkya Rahane points out challenges of living in quarantine, Tim Paine says ‘tension is boiling’ over India’s reported unwillingness to move to Brisbane.

Tim Paine of Australia congratulates India's Ajinkya Rahane after India won the match during day four of the second test match between Australia and India at The MCG, Melbourne, Australia, December 29, 2020. AAP Image/Scott Barbour via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. AUSTRALIA OUT. NEW ZEALAND OUT(via REUTERS)
Updated on Jan 07, 2021 04:51 AM IST
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India vs Australia Highlights, 3rd Test, Day 1: Pucovski, Labuschagne fifties take Australia to 166/2

India vs Australia third Test Day 1 highlights: Australia finished Day 1 of the Sydney Test on 166/2. A total of 55 overs were bowled in the day with rain washing out more than three hours of play. Marnus Labuschagne (67*) scored a half-century and remained unbeaten along with Steve Smith (31*), their partnership reading 60 off 125 balls. For India, debutant Navdeep Saini dismissed fellow debutant Will Pucovski to pick up his maiden Test wicket for India, but not before the Australian opening batsmen scored a brilliant half-century playing his first Test. India had a couple of chances let go by Rishabh Pant, who, twice in two overs, dropped Pucovski. He and Labuschagne added a 100-run partnership. Early lunch was taken after just 7.1 overs in which Australia scored 21 runs and lost the wicket of David Warner. Australia opted to bat first after winning the toss in the third Test against India. Bio-bubble breach investigations, reports of India’s unwillingness to travel to Brisbane if stricter quarantine rules are forced on them, former Australian cricketers and media throwing jibes, we’ve had everything that could spice-up the proceedings in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Both India and Australia have landed a punch each and just like the third day - the moving day of a Test - this third Test at Sydney has all the ingredients to be the decisive one of the four-match series. Rohit Sharma returns to the playing XI for India, young Saini makes his debut. Australia, on the other hand, will have a new opening pair with David Warner and Will Puvocski both regaining fitness and playing.Follow India vs Australia highlights Day 1 3rd Test in Sydney:

Marnus Labuschagne raises his bat after fifty(Getty)
Updated on Jan 07, 2021 02:08 PM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | Byhindustantimes.com

‘Lot of unnamed sources coming out from India’s camp’: ‘Uncertain’ Tim Paine talks about ‘power’ of India in world cricket

On the eve of the third India vs Australia third Test in Sydney, Tim Paine said the element of uncertainty is because it is coming from the Indian camp, a powerful entity in world cricket.

Melbourne:Australian captain Tim Paine, left, congratulates Indian captain Ajinkya Rahane after winning the second cricket test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. India defeated Australia by eight wickets to level the series at 1-1.(AP)
Updated on Jan 06, 2021 10:48 AM IST
New Delhi | Byhindustantimes.com

Australia to field new opening pair in third Test against India, indicates captain Tim Paine

Tim Paine on Wednesday suggested that Warner and Pucovski will the open the batting for Australia in the third Test. Barring last-minute hiccups, Pucovski is tipped to make his Test debut after he fully recovered from the latest in a series of concussions.

Australia's David Warner prepares to bat in the nets as they train at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, ahead of their cricket test against India starting Thursday.(AP)
Updated on Jan 06, 2021 09:12 AM IST
New Delhi | Byhindustantimes.com
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