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Sure India will be hurting at not bowling us out: Smith

DNMUM385251 | 3/21/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :279



Ranchi: Australia captain Steve Smith believed that the momentum was with Australia going into the fourth and deciding Test after his batsmen eked out a fighting draw here on Monday.
“If there’s anything called momentum in cricket, it’s with us at the moment. India coming on Monday would have expected to bowl us out. I’m sure they’re hurting a little bit in their change room,” said Smith at the end of the match.
Smith could not stop praising the efforts of Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh who shared a 124 for the fifth wicket to stop India from winning. “Very proud of the way Handscomb and Marsh did that. They had magnificent plans, they backed their defence for a long period of time. To see the game out for as long as they did was a
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