Farmer Australian Caption Rickey Ponting slammed about Australian team performance test series
Ind vs Aus: At stumps on day four, Australia were packaged out for 300 in the principal innings after which India implemented pursue on. The hosts at that point turned out to bat in the second innings, trailing by 322 runs.
Previous Australia commander Ricky Ponting Sunday pummeled the present group for indicating “no urgency” after Nathan Lyon ruled against looking into his lbw choice on day four of the fourth Test against India here.
Lyon has pronounced LBW in the wake of being hit on the cushion off a Kuldeep Yadav conveyance. He asked non-striker Mitchell Starc in the event that he ought to settle on a survey, yet the team ruled against it notwithstanding two audits staying in their innings and just two wickets left.
India had heaped up a mammoth 622 in their first innings.
“That expulsion really says a great deal to me regarding the mentality of this Australian group right now. There’s no distress there at all,” Ponting said on Channel Seven, one of the host telecasters.
“Is there any valid reason why they wouldn’t have viewed that? Despite everything, they have the two surveys up their sleeve. There must be a type of uncertainty in that,” Ponting included.
The previous three-time World Cup winning cricketer additionally hammered pacer Starc, who was at the non-striker’s end, for not interceding.
“Given out straight away and Mitchell Starc just puts his give out and says ‘goodness well, it’s not me, it’s dependent upon you to make (a call)”.
“All things considered, tragically, when you’re out there together it’s an association. You must do whatever you can to attempt and spare your mate. What’s more, there was totally none of that there,” he included.
Replays proposed the ball would have likely struck Lyon outside the line of off stump and he may have been declared not out if DRS was taken.
“Furthermore, as it’s demonstrated as of now that would have been given not out. Slack and not sufficiently edgy. You can see where Mitchell Starc is remaining at the non-striker’s end,” he included.
“One, look how wide he’s standing. There’s no should be that wide in any case. Nathan Lyon looks into, ‘Gracious what do you figure?’ ‘Goodness, I don’t know mate. No doubt I don’t have the foggiest idea. Be that as it may, we should not try looking. We’ve just got two (surveys) up our sleeve,” Ponting said.