Ind vs Aus: Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting has praised Kangaroo team opener Will Pukowski, who made his debut in the third Test match being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Ponting is impressed with Will Pukowski, who scored 62 runs in the first innings of his first Test match. Ponting believes he has indicated a promising player.
Ricky Ponting said in the tweet, "Today was very impressed with Will Pukowski's innings. Watching this part at the Test level at the time of his debut is a promising sign for him and his excitement after the failures on the way." " However, during this innings, Pukowski also got some lives, but he could not convert these lives into three-digit innings.
There was a 100-run partnership for the second wicket between opener Pukowski and Marnus Labushane. Pukowski played a very patient innings, but he became the victim of Navdeep Saini. However, in the 55-over game on the first day of the match, only two wickets of the Australian team fell. The first wicket fell as David Warner, who fell to Mohammed Siraj, while Navdeep Saini, who made a wicket, got it.
Let me tell you, Will Pukowski was about to debut in the first match of the Test series against India, but he fell victim to the conclave in the practice match against India A. A ball was hit on his head, due to which he was undergoing treatment. Just before the third match, he was declared fit and now he was able to make his debut. Pukowski missed a few catches, while once he survived a run out.