Friday, October 17, 2008

India makes a flying start

In the absence of Anil Kumble, Dhoni came out for the toss and he won it. He decided to bat in the second test against Australia at Mohali. Indian openers Virender Sehwag and Gautam Ghambr made a flying start before Sehwag departed for 36. They made 70 runs for the first wicket. Dravid joined Ghambir after Sehwag was out. Ghambir made a half century to take India to 104/1 at lunch. Ghambir is on 53 and Dravid is on 11 at lunch.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh is 34/1 , in 32 overs, against New Zealand at lunch on day-1.

2 comments:

Varun said...

3 down now.I hope the wicket will start turning by tomorrow evening,then we have a decent chance of a win

Srinivasarao Vundavalli said...

yes varun..but India should not have lost 4 wickets(at the time of this comment) on the first day...laxman is very unlucky...