'ICC Should Be Looking Into This': Twitter Slam India For Sloppy Fielding Against Australia

‘ICC Should Be Looking Into This’: Twitter Slam India For Sloppy Fielding Against Australia

Deepak Chahar
Deepak Chahar dropped Glenn Maxwell (Credits: Twitter)

For the second game in a row, Australia crossed the 180-run mark as they posted an imposing total in the ongoing third T20I against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Having scored 194 in the previous game, the hosts finished their innings on 186 for 5 in the ongoing clash.

Matthew Wade was the star with the bat once again. The wicketkeeper-batsman, who had scored 58 in the previous outing, top-scored for Australia, scoring 80. His impressive knock came off 53 balls and was studded with seven fours and a couple of sixes.

Matthew Wade
Matthew Wade (Credits: Twitter)

Glenn Maxwell also continued his fine form with the bat by scoring another fifty. The right-handed batsman scored 54 off 36 balls with the help three fours and as many sixes. For India, Washington Sundar was the pick of the bowlers, taking 2 for 34 off his four overs. T Natarajan and Shardul Thakur picked one wicket each.

Another factor behind Australia’s huge score was India’s disastrous fielding. The Indians players have been struggling with their fielding in the ongoing tour and their latest performance is definitely the worst. The players missed regulation catches and failed to make easy saves as Australia piled up the huge total.

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Maxwell was dropped twice with Deepak Chahar and Yuzvendra Chahal giving him reprieves. KL Rahul also missed an easy stumping when Steve Smith was well out of the crease. The other players were not good with their fielding either as fans and expert took to Twitter to slam India’s fielding standards.

One Twitter user went as far as asking whether ICC should look into the matter while others trolled and slammed India’s fielding.

Here are some of the reactions:



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