The whole team has been batting well this series - Hanscomb
Australian middle order batsman Peter Hanscomb and the savior of third Test has termed the Ranchi pitch as the toughest of his young carrier and looks forward of the last match of the series .
Hanscomb along with Shaun Marsh had shared a vital 124 run partnership on day five in the third Test at Ranchi which eventually helped Australia to draw the match.
"That's definitely up there with the toughest conditions I've played in," said Handscomb.
Hanscomb further backed the Australian batting performance during the entire series and said that the whole team has been batting well this series and if it wasn't himself or Marsh, someone else after us could have come done this job.
Handscomb has been remained consistent with his performance and in his seven Tests, he has notched two centuries, three half-centuries and furthermore he has remained not out on four occasions.
Hanscomb also praised Shaun Marsh and said that Marsh had to deal with a rough patch outside the off stump to Ravindra Jadeja but he held his nerve and played really well which was pivotal for the team.
Hanscomb admitted that winning in India is always a challenge and with the series levelled at 1-1, we are looking forward of winning the last Test match which starts at Dharmsala on coming Saturday.