The third Test Match between India and Australia might have been a draw, but there is still a lot to talk about from this match.
Even as both the teams now eagerly wait for the 4th Test match to ensure that they still have a stake in the Border -Gavaskar Trophy, the rivalry in this match is still making the news.
On the final day of the third Test match, it was Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja who took the big wicket of Australian captain Steve Smith, who is currently in the form of his life.
Smith, who was recently in the news for his “brain fade” comment, though had an awkward dismissal when he tried to pad away a viciously turning delivery from Jadeja, only to have the ball spun from outside leg and knock off the stump.
Smith who was playing at 21 at that time, thus ensured that he once again become the butt of all jokes, with many calling this dismissal his “second brain fade” or “Brain Fade 2.0”.
Here is what known Twitterati had to say,
Cricket Australia to fly Smith back home … he just had his second #brainfade in 2 weeks!Advertisement
— Kunal Naithani (@Kundii) March 20, 2017
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— Ryan Fitzgerald (@FitzySA) March 20, 2017
Steve Smith …what a big wicket. This has to be the ultimate brain fade this series so far.#IndvAus
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) March 20, 2017
— Vikram Chandra (@vikramchandra) March 20, 2017
— Dr.Flintstones (@Chandravikram3) March 20, 2017
While for many this was the ultimate episode of humor in this innings, one would definitely not forget that he is also in the best form of his life and scored an unbeaten 178 in the first innings of the match.
Thus his early dismissal in the next match would be equally important.