The captain of the Australian cricket team, Michael Clarke, was convinced that the country cricket was more valuable than the players who should follow discipline.
The Australian captain, Michael Clarke, has advised his batsmen to follow Cheteshwar Pujara and Murali Vijay if they want to come back in the series vs. India.
The visiting Australians were knocked out by the Indian slow bowlers in their second innings again as the home side went on to win the consecutive Test.
The slow bowlers from both sides grabbed 9 out of the 11 wickets which fell during the day as Ravichandran Ashwin put India on top vs. Australia on day three.
The young guns of India, Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara humiliated Australian bowling by powering tons and brought the home side to a strong position.
Michael Clarke and Matthew Wade assisted their team to reach some respect as their entire team surrendered against the lethal bowling of the Indian bowlers.
The Australian captain, Michael Clarke, was dejected with his team’s lack of application in the first Test vs. India that was lost by a big margin of 8 wickets.