By Akshay - September 23, 2022 11:17 AM
IND vs AUS, Team India captain Rohit Sharma was seen expressing his anger on Dinesh Karthik in the first T20 match against Australia. In fact, when the captain had sought advice from Karthik regarding DRS in the match, he could not get anything clear, after which he expressed his disappointment on Karthik.
In the first match of the three T20 match series against Australia, Rohit Sharma won the hearts of the fans with his decision on the field. In the match, Rohit Sharma showed his agility and took two successful DRS, due to which Team India got two successes in the same over. However, during this time Rohit also expressed his anger on wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik, a video of which is becoming very viral on social media. It can be seen clearly in this video that Rohit is showing displeasure with Karthik for not giving his consent to DRS.
In fact, Steve Smith, who was getting dangerous in the 12th over of the innings, scored a six and a four on the first two and scored 10 runs. After this, Umesh Yadav put the third ball of the innings outside, on which Smith tried to cut but the ball got very close to the bat and got caught in the glove of the wicketkeeper. During this, there was a sound of light contact between the bat and the ball. Bowler Umesh Yadav was absolutely convinced that the ball had touched the bat and made a strong appeal.
Captain Rohit felt the same way but the umpire completely denied it. Meanwhile Rohit sought advice from Karthik but he was not completely clear. However, despite this, Rohit took the DRS and the snickometer found that the ball had touched Smith's bat and he had to go back to the pavilion. In this way the captain's wisdom got India an important wicket.
In the match, the Australian team got 209 runs given by India. The innings was opened by Aaron Finch and Cameron Green. Green played a brilliant innings of 61 runs in 30 balls for Australia. While Finch contributed 22 runs in 13 balls. Apart from this, Steve Smith played an innings of 35 runs in 24 balls.
At the same time, Matthew Wade played an unbeaten innings of 42 runs in 21 balls for Australia in the middle order, giving the team a 4-wicket victory. Apart from Wade, Tim David scored 18 and Josh English scored 17 runs in the match.