I bowled better here than in Indore: Lyon

Australia bowler Nathan Lyon may have bowled 30 overs on the day to get just one wicket but he feels his effort during India’s first innings on Saturday was better than his brilliant 11-wicket haul on a spin-friendly pitch in Indore. Was. India were 289 for three at stumps on the third day of the fourth and final Test in reply to Australia’s first innings score of 480 on a pitch good for batting.

Lyon said, “It is a match of restraint. I think I bowled better today than in Indore. Had to bowl well for a long time according to my basics on the pitch here. He feels that the result of such a Test match is decided in the last half-an-hour and right now it is a draw. The veteran off-spinner said, “Where are we in the match now? I think we are level at the moment, we know that in this part of the world the game can change very quickly so it is just about being patient in the long run. ,

In sub-continental conditions, black soils appear to have been associated for a longer period of time than red soils. He said, “Here I have learned that black soil tends to bind a little better than red soil. Not much footprint to hit the spinners. Lyon is confident that the match will yield a result with two days of play left.

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