India won’t be butterfingers at Bengaluru, says Vijay
Eastern Eye Staff
India opener Murali Vijay on Wednesday promised better catching from his side in the second test against Australia after the hosts spilled several in their sobering defeat in the series opener in Pune. Visiting captain Steve Smith hit the only century of the match in Pune after being spilled four times by the butter-finger hosts who were thumped by 333 runs inside three days in the spin-dominated contest. Smith’s 109 allowed Australia to set India an improbable target of 441 to win the first match of the four-test series and the hosts duly collapsed. “We had a chat about it…
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