In the Brisbane Test released against Australia (India vs Australia), the debutant Washington Sundar (Washington Sundar) got the glow. Sundar bowled the first three wickets during the bowling. Then he is playing with a brilliant half-century while batting. He has become the second Indian to do so in a debut match. The last time before Sunder was in 1947-48.

In the year India got independence, the team went on a tour of Australia. At that time, Datu Fadkar took three wickets for 14 runs in the match played in Sydney. In addition, he also played an innings of 51 runs.

Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar, the two all-rounders of India, have scored half-centuries for the team on this third day of the match. Currently, on the basis of a century partnership between the two, Team India seems to be slowly getting out of the crisis.

Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar came to bat on the ground after falling six wickets for just 186 runs. At one time it seemed that Australia would make a lead of about 1.5 and a half runs in the match, but these two all-rounders did not let this happen.

Together, both have spent 30 overs on the field so far. Khatak bowlers like Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood are also dwarfed by India’s lower-order batsmen.

Batting first in the match, the Australian team scored 369 runs. After this, none of the first six batsmen from the Indian team, who came for batting, could reach the half-century.