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Cheteshwar Pujara trolled after getting out cheaply facing too many deliveries in Boxing Day Test match at MCG Pat Cummins Ravichandran Ashwin Ajinkya Rahane Shubman Gill Jasprit bumrah Steve Smith IND vs AUS Test series


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The second Test match of the four-match series between India and Australia is being played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The start of the second day of the Boxing-Day Test match has been fantastic for Australia so far and the team has taken three wickets for India by lunch time. Shubman Gill (45) and Cheteshwar Pujara (17) were followed by Pat Cummins. Pujara returned to the pavilion cheaply despite spending a lot of time at the crease, after which the fans on Twitter are trolling him fiercely.

Pujara faced 70 balls in his 17-run knock and returned to the pavilion, catching Tim Paine off Pat Cummins. On the back of the wickets, Penn caught a great catch from Pujara with one hand. Pujara has come on the target of fans on Twitter after being dismissed early and people are trolling Pujara fiercely for his slow batting. Significantly, in the Adelaide Test, Pujara scored just 43 runs after facing 160 balls, after which he was criticized a lot.

Earlier, Shubman Gill, who was making his Test debut, looked quite in rhythm, but he failed to convert his brilliant debut into a big innings. On the first day of the Boxing-Day Test match, Australia were all out after scoring just 195 runs in the first innings due to the excellent performance of the Indian bowlers. For India, Jaspreet Bumrah took four wickets and Ravichandran Ashwin took three wickets. The Kangaroo team are 1-0 ahead in the four-match series by winning the Adelaide Test match.

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