IND vs AUS: Alan Border criticizes Australia A Performance vs India In In Tue Game IND vs AUS: Former Australia captain angry over Australia’s performance against India in practice game

New Delhi: Former Australia captain Alan Border has strongly criticized the Australia A team’s passive performance in the one-day practice match against India. Seema criticized the team for not being fully critical and said such a performance was not acceptable for Australian cricketers.

After the second day of the practice match, Alan Border said, “They conceded defeat. Australia cricket teams, you can face the problem of losing. Many times we perform poorly. I also have such performances.” I’ve been a part of it but I don’t think you’ll ever accuse the Australian team of playing with a whole heart. ‘

Australia A’s performance unacceptable: Alan Border

He said, ‘His approach, I’m not blaming them all, but that was a normal (inaction).’

“This is the most passive performance I have ever seen in the last season of cricket,” the former Australia captain said.

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“It’s Australia’s A team, they’re representing Australia, they’re young players trying to make their mark,” said Border. This field performance performance, sacrificial performance, captaincy performance – is absolutely outrageous, does not meet the criteria.

In reply to India’s first innings of 1 194, Australia were bowled out for 10,108. Manak Agrawal and Shuman Gill scored half-centuries and Hanuma Vihari and Habash Pant scored centuries on the second day of the match on Saturday. He was declared with a score of 38 38 386/4.

Seema (Alan Border) also criticized Australia captain Alex Carey, saying, “If Alex Carey is in the race to become Australian captain, I think he has to work hard now.”

Australia Aley bounced back in the fourth inning and scored 707 // with the help of unbeaten centuries from Ben McDermott and Jack Weldermuth. Chasing a target of 47,473, the Australian Echo team was in trouble with a score of 2 the / of, but Mac Dermaad and Weldermouth helped their team cross the line with the help of a hard century.