- This player is a great threat to the India team.
- Chur can dream of winning the series
- fire in the nets
IND vs. AUS: Team India had to face 4 wicket loss against Australia in the first match of the three match T20 series. In this match, the India team failed to win even after scoring 208 runs. The India team bowlers performed very poorly in this match. At the same time, in the next game against the Indian team, an Australian batsman can become a big threat. This player’s name is Tim David. In the last game, David scored 18 runs on 14 balls. In the next match, only David will be a big threat to the India team.
David’s India Menace
One of the videos that went viral earlier this week showed Tim David hitting long sixes in Australia’s net session in Mohali ahead of the opening T20I against India in what was ultimately a memorable start for Australia. Playing T20 cricket for Singapore a few years ago, David never imagined that one day he would play for Australia and be selected for the T20 World Cup taking place in the country next month.
Debut in the first game
David made his white-ball debut for Australia against India in the first T20I of the three-match series on Tuesday and teamed with Matthew Wade to help the guests win a four-wicket haul and take a 1-0 lead at the Serie. . David was born in Singapore to Australian-born people who moved there in the early 1990s. His family returned to Australia in 1997 when he was two years old and grew up in Perth. He made his debut for Singapore in 2019.
he did amazing on bbl
Having been recognized as a great batsman in various franchise based leagues such as Perth Scorchers, Hobart Hurricanes, Lahore Qalandars, Southern Brave, St Lucia Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Multan Kings and Mumbai Indians, David was recently picked this year. he was included in the squad for the T20 World Cup at the end of 2014. Although he debuted with a great reputation as a great ball-striker, 25-year-old Tim David said there was no added pressure when he made his debut for Australia. “No, I don’t think it creates any pressure. I just play my game there and do what everyone else does,” David told the media before the second day.