Teenager takes apart Australia in India tour openerTeenage leg-spinner Piyush Chawla Piyush Chawla grabbed 5-89 as Australia conceded a 141-run lead against India's second string in a practice match here on Saturday. (born 24 December 1988, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India) is an Indian cricketer who has played for the India U-19 team and the Central Zone.
The tourists, replying to the Indian Board President's XI total of 455, were bowled out for 314 in their first innings just before tea on the third day of the four-day match.
The game is Australia's final warm-up before the four-Test series opens in Bangalore next Thursday.
Australia, who resumed at 191-4, crashed to 218-9 before last man Stuart Clark Stuart Rupert Clark (born 28 September 1975, Sutherland, New South Wales) is an Australian Test cricketer who plays for the New South Wales Blues and Hampshire. He bowls right-arm fast medium deliveries. proved an unlikely saviour by adding a valuable 96 runs for the 10th wicket with the reliable Mike Hussey.
Left-handed Hussey showed his team-mates the way to tackle spin on Indian wickets with a gritty 126 that contained 14 boundaries and a six.
Clarke, whose batting average batting average
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Noun 1. from 18 Tests is 11.80, struck four boundaries and two sixes in his defiant 44 before holing out to mid-wicket against home team captain Yuvraj Singh.
Earlier Chawla, 19, and spin partner Pragyan Ojha Pragyan Prayish Ojha (born September 5, 1986), in Khurda is an Indian first class cricketer. Debuting in 2004/05, Ojha is a promising left-arm spinner who has represented India at under-19 level. He finished the 2006-07 Ranji Trophy season with 29 wickets at 19.89, in just 6 games. shared five wickets in the space of 19 runs to slice through Verb 1. slice through - move through a body or an object with a slicing motion; "His hand sliced through the air"
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The tourists added eight runs to their overnight score when left-armer Ojha had Brad Haddin stumped for 34, ending a 71-run stand for the fifth wicket with Hussey.
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The leg-spinner quickly added to his two wickets on Friday by removing Brett Lee Brett Lee (born 8 November, 1976 in Wollongong, New South Wales) is an Australian cricketer. Style
Lee is an express bowler, one of the fastest the game has known, and is capable of bowling at 160 km/h (99 mph). Lee's fastest recorded delivery to date is 160.8 km/h (99. , Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle Peter Matthew Siddle (born November 25, 1984 in Traralgon) is an Australian cricketer who is a member of the Victorian Bushrangers side. He is a right-arm medium-fast bowler and once took 11 for 47 in a state under-17 match which broke the state record set by John Scholes. in the space of five overs.