In the Brisbane Test match, the Indian team recorded a historic win and defeated Australia by 3 wickets. Team India had made four changes in their playing eleven for this match. Jasprit Bumrah and Ravichandran Ashwin had an opportunity to make their Test debut due to lack of fit for Natarajan and Washington Sundar. There was also a lot of criticism from the team management at the beginning of the match for Kuldeep Yadav not being included in Ashwin’s injury. However, Washington Sundar, who is making his Test debut, had locked everyone’s face with his performance. Meanwhile, Kuldeep Yadav has also admitted that the decision not to give him a place in the playing eleven in the Brisbane Test was a right.
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Talking with the sports star, Kuldeep Yadav said, ‘You have to prepare yourself in such a way that whenever any opportunity comes before you, you should be fully prepared for that challenge. I was ready till the final test. Yes, the injury to the players before the final Test match was a matter of concern and we knew that some of our players would not be available, but we decided to stick to our plan. We were talking not on the injuries of the players but on our fielding setup and what the strategy would be in the match. I had my balls set. When we reached Brisbane, I felt that I would get a chance, but after looking at the wicket, which looked light green, it was decided that we would go with four fast bowlers. That was the right decision. ‘
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Washington Sundar, who was included in the playing eleven in place of Ashwin, took his first Test wicket as Steve Smith and took a total of four wickets in the match. Apart from bowling, Sundar also performed brilliantly in batting and scored a brilliant 62 runs in the first innings, while in the second innings he made a fine partnership with Rishabh Pant scoring a valuable 22 runs. T Natarajan, who replaced Jasprit Bumrah, also bowled well and took three wickets in the first innings.