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India vs Australia: Shardul Thakur Schools Pat Cummins With Huge Six, Twitter Can't Keep Calm

Cricketnext Staff
·2-min read

All the Indian batsmen have faced a problem or two against best bowler in the world, Pat Cummins. The latter has already a heap of wickets to show in the series, while continuing to torment the batsmen. After India were six down in the first innings, Shardul Thakur came into bat, and just on the third ball, pulled the bowler for a huge six.

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This was totally opposite to what all the other Indian batsmen had been doing, while facing Cummins. Here's how Twitter reacted to the shot:

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Meanwhile, former Australia captain Greg Chappell wrote an open letter to current skipper Tim Paine, urging him to learn from mistakes from the past and cut down on abuse. Paine was in the headlines for wrong reasons after the Sydney Test for being involved in an ugly banter with R Ashwin as India saved the Test in tense moments on the final day.

Recalling the infamous underarm bowling incident from 1981 when he was captain, Chappell said Paine should learn from his mistakes just like Chappell himself did. I failed to do this 40 years ago and I urge you to bear this in mind for the future," Chappell wrote in Sydney Morning Herald.