Victoria were on the receiving end of some huge praise for their act of sportsmanship against South Australia batter Jake Fraser-McGurk during Day 2 of their Sheffield Shield match at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday
India vs Australia: During India's first innings in the game, Nathan Lyon bowled into the body of Shreyas Iyer, who flicked the ball towards the leg side from the middle of his bat, but Peter Handscomb's sensational reflexes saw the fielder taking a blinder.
Peter Handscomb's acrobatic effort left Shreyas Iyer stunned during the second India-Australia Test.
IND vs AUS, 2nd Test Day 2 Highlights: Australia ended Day 2 at 61 for 1 with a 62-run lead over India. Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne stayed unbeaten on their respective scores of 39 and 14.
During a DRS call, the cameraperson caught a glimpse of Rohit Sharma which left the Indian captain agitated.
Peter Handscomb on Thursday admitted that the Nagpur track "tricked" the visiting side as it did a lot less than what they had feared in the opening Test of the four-match series
Handscomb was also a member of their last tour to India in 2017. He also provides the utility value by doubling up as a wicketkeeper.
Australia batter Peter Handscomb will be racing against time to recover for next month's India tour after suffering a hip injury
Australia will take four spinners for the four-Test series in Nagpur, Delhi, Dharamsala and Ahmedabad in February-March with Mitchell Swepson also getting the nod along with Ashton Agar.
Peter Handscomb is aware it will be difficult to find a spot in an "impressive" Australian Test squad but said he is still hoping to earn a place for the India tour with his "weight of numbers".