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Rohit Sharma, Manish Pandey impressive

PTI
Published : Jan 10, 2016, 2:51 am IST
Updated : Jan 10, 2016, 2:51 am IST

Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey sparkled with half-centuries but the rest of India’s batsmen put up a lacklustre performance before the bowlers came good in a 64-run win over a second string Western

Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey sparkled with half-centuries but the rest of India’s batsmen put up a lacklustre performance before the bowlers came good in a 64-run win over a second string Western Australia XI in the warm-up one-day match here on Saturday.

Having won the first practice Twenty20, the Indians once managed to hit the right notes in bowling after an erratic batting performance at the Waca. After managing 249 all out in 49.1 overs, the Indians packed WA XI for 185 in 49.2 overs.

Electing to bat, the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side did not have the best of starts, losing two quick wickets but Rohit Sharma (67) and Ajinkya Rahane (41) stitched an 88-run third-wicket partnership to help the visitors put up a respectable score.

Shikhar Dhawan (4) and Virat Kohli (7), who were top- scorers in the first warm-up T20 game yesterday, failed to get going as they fell to new-ball bowler Drew Porter, who bagged a five-wicket haul.

The WA bowlers kept pegging things back with regular wickets and Rahane’s departure once again spelt trouble for the Men in Blue.

Pandey then put his hand up to contribute with a well-made 58 and stake his claim for a place in the middle-order in the absence of Suresh Raina.

Pandey, who hit three fours in his 59-ball stay, managed a 60-run seventh-wicket partnership with Ravindra Jadeja (26) to pace up the innings.

But the tail failed to wag and Rishi Dhawan’s (0) run-out didn’t help matters and the visitors could not last their full quota of 50 overs.

Porter (5/37) made life difficult for the Indian batsmen on a fast and bouncy track while leg-spinner James Muirhead chipped in with two scalps. Pace spearhead David Moody and leg-spinner Liam O’Connor bagged a wicket apiece.

In reply, the William Bosisto-led side started on a cautious note against a disciplined Indian attack led by Umesh Yadav (1/29), but soon hit a rough patch after losing a couple of wickets.

Yadav drew first blood with the wicket of Bosisto (13) and Ravichandran Ashwin (2-32) soon sprung into action to send back D’Arcy Short.

Scores Indians 249 in 49.1 overs (Rohit Sharma 67, Manish Pandey 58, Ajinka Rahane 41, Drew Porter 5/37) beat Western Australia XI 185 in 49.2 overs (Jaron Morgan 50, Jake Carder 45, Rishi Dhawan 2/28, Ravindra Jadeja 2/38, R. Ashwin 2/32, Axar Patel 2/29).

Location: Australia, West Australia, Perth