Mayank Agarwal scored a tremendous double hundred in the first innings of the two-match series, at the Holkar cricket stadium in Indore. Agarwal batting skills remained the resemblance of Virendra Sehwag.
At the end of the day one, India scored 86/1. In the second day, Agarwal started the game with ease. He is a natural stroke player given his best against Bangladesh, he growled with his bat. The batsman fired 25 boundaries and five sixes to step comfort for his 200runs, it is his 2nd double hundred, and the player had earlier scored an unforgettable double ton, in the Vizag Test against South Africa.
However, his batting in Indore is something special, as the pitch was in the favour of bowler’s side, but Agarwal kept calm and faced the deliveries. He is 2nd high scorer in Test this year and after him Australia’s Steve Smith, who has scored 774 runs from 7 innings. Agarwal just faced 304 balls to cross the double hundred mark, the cheerful motive from his captain leads the player to achieve doubles.
The plot of gesture from the captain Kohli continues, the captain of the ship waved his three fingers from the dressing room to go for a triple, at that time Agarwal scored double, he raised his bat towards the audience and displayed two fingers for his captain. The stumps on day 2, India 493/6, India lead by 343 runs.