Indian skipper Virat Kohli became a mentor at the nets for opener Mayank Agarwal during the three-day practice match against Australia A ahead of the first day-night Test against Australia in Adelaide on 17 December and met Virat’s advice to Mayank Received benefits Mayank is involved in a four-match Test series against Australia. Mayank did not play in the first practice match played against Australia A last week and was dismissed for just two runs in the first innings of the second practice match of the Day-Night Test.
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Virat kept a close watch on Mayank’s batting in net practice and advised him to rectify the mistake. Mayank also benefited from Virat’s guidance and he scored 61 runs in the second innings, facing 120 balls with the help of two sixes and four fours. Virat spent half an hour on the nets with Mayank on Friday before the practice match and during this time he said to Mayank, “You faced the last few balls well without telling me anything.” With Virat’s guidance, Mayank also appeared to be feeling very good and the result showed in his batting as well.
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Mayank also faced fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah in the nets, in addition to the advice and advice of Virat, and in the meantime, playing several shots outside the off-stump, his bat was also hit by several balls, after which he appeared to explain himself. . The balls that Mayank was facing in the nets were the same as Australian fast bowler Sean Abbott bowling him with a pink ball in a Sydney practice match.