Austrlain wicktekeeper Matthew Wade put up a positive face and assured of a much better performance by his team in the remaining two Tests against India to be played at Mohali and Kolkata respectively.
The visitors were no match for the home side as they were crushed by the Indian spinners resulting in two consecutive defeats. "The bowlers can be more consisistent. We let them off a little bit. We need to be more aggressive with oth our batting and bowling," said Wade.
Australian batsmen had no answer to the Indian spin attack except for skipper Michael Clarke. Wade put up a better performance in the first innings of the second Test helping his team to reach a modest total.
he wicketkeeper-batsman alsoo that adapting to sun-continent pitches is a little tough and he needs to observe and learn a lot from his counterpart MS Dhoni.
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