Marnus Labuschen tried to push the ball on the leg side, but the ball went backwards with his gloves on.
New Delhi, Jan 10: Wriddhiman Saha Sako is counted among the top wicketkeepers in the world, he proved once again in the Sydney Test, in fact, Saha was not a part of the play eleven in the Sydney Test, but after Rishabh Pant’s injury, he landed him as a substitute Gaya, leaping on the leg side on the fourth day of the match, caught Marnus Labuschen, ending Smith and Labushen’s 103-run partnership.
Marnus Labuschen tried to push the ball on the leg side, but the ball went backwards with his gloves on,
Saha played in the first match of the series played in Adelaide, although he failed to do anything special with the bat, after which Rishabh Pant was preferred in the second Test match. Pant suffered an elbow injury while batting on the third day of the Sydney Test, after which Saha was fielded for wicketkeeping.
Rishabh Pant was sent for the scan, but there has been no official update on it, Jadeja was also hurt during the batting, he did not even come to field, Mayank came on the field in his place, let us tell you that Australia had scored 338 runs in the first innings, in response Team India were reduced to 244 runs, Kangaroo team has increased by 94 runs in the first innings.