Ind A vs Aus A: When the Bangalore traffic claimed a wicket

The traffic spelled misfortune for one Australian batsman as the morning session on day one of the second unofficial Test between India A and Australia A in Alur was extended by half—an—hour after the food failed to arrive on time.

Peter Handscomb fell in the dying minutes of extra time after a lunch delay.   -  Sudhakara Jain

The one thing that is usually out of gear in an otherwise thriving Bengaluru city, is it's traffic — trapped in it are the flying tempers and helpless clamours of those unfortunate enough to encounter it.

On Saturday, the traffic snarl caught the players and reporters by surprise when the morning session on day one of the second unofficial Test between India A and Australia A in Alur, was extended by half—an—hour after the food failed to arrive on time.

While those off the field, waiting for the lunch counter to open, saw the lighter side of it, for Australia A 'keeper-batsman Peter Handscomb, the food probably tasted bitter since he was out caught in the deep in the dying minutes of extra time.

Talk about a sour aftertaste!