Batting coach Sanjay Bangar was pretty satisfied with the Indian batsmen s performance on day two of their warm-up match against Cricket Australia XI on Thursday.

After being put in to bat, the Indians lost opener KL Rahul early to Jackson Coleman for 3 but 19-year-old Prithvi Shaw began his maiden tour Down Under clobbering 11 fours en route to his 69-ball 66-run knock.

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He found support in Cheteshwar Pujara, who made 54. The duo added 80 runs for the second wicket before Shaw fell to Daniel Fallins with the score at 96. Kohli came in at the fall of Shaw, and the Indian skipper put on a stand of 73 runs for the third wicket with Pujara. Pujara fell to 26-year-old Luke Robins clean bowled. Kohli then took the Indians total past the 200-run mark and during his 87-ball stay, hit seven boundaries and a six.

We are out here to make most of whatever we get, Bangar told reporters on Thursday.

From that perspective, Virat switching formats from T20 to four-day game, Pujara coming straight back in the groove, Ajinkya spending a lot of time. Hanuma Vihari played with a lot of confidence and clarity. Rohit came back and got a knock, spending some time in the middle. All in all pretty satisfying effort from our side, said Bangar.