Australia vs India 1st Test Adelaide: It is plain and simple, UNNECESSARY! Making a comeback in whites Rohit Sharma got settled but he just threw his wicket away when India was under the pump. He had just hit a six off Nathan Lyon and tried to repeat it, only to top-edge it and the catch was taken by Marcus Harris. Rohit’s stay was cut short for 36. This has been a problem with Rohit Sharma in the past, hence despite having immense talent, he has not been able to cement his place in the side and his dismissal at Adelaide was a testament of it.
This did not go down well with fans who criticised him over his dismissal.
India was reduced to 42 for four when Rohit joined Pujara at the wicket and at lunch India was 50/4, India would have been hoping they resurrect the innings which was not easy.
At the time of filing the copy, the post-lunch session began and India was 110/5 with Pant on162 and Pujara on 27.