The two sides are set to play a day-night Test from September 30 to October 3 in Perth as part of India's tour Down Under and it will be Indian women's team's first pink ball game.
Rangaswamy spoke after Cricket Australia announced that India's inaugural pink-ball Test will be held at the WACA in Perth from September 30.
The pink ball Test between India and Australia will be only the second such match to be held in the history of women's cricket.
Post the tweet, many fans called out the lack of empathy and open insecurity of the icon. Some even called the comparison 'degrading'.
Axar had made his international debut in 2014 but played his first match in the longest format of the game when India locked horns with England in the second Test.
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England batsmen were deceived by left-armer Axar Patel's straighter deliveries that skidded straight instead of turning.
A strip with spin and unpredictability produced a match that ended in less than two days giving it the moniker the shortest Test in post-War era.
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Crawley said that the English side needed that bit of luck as they are behind in the ongoing day-night Test.
The visitors claim that both the decisions were rather made quickly without taking the help of other camera angles.
At stumps, India were 99 for 3 from 33 overs with Rohit batting on 57 off 82 balls.
When Pujara last played against England in Ahmedabad, he had gone on to score a double century and Amit Shah now wishes to see the right-handed batsman achieve the same feat again.
The refurbished stadium, the largest cricketing arena in the world, doesn't have the traditional floodlight towers but a ring of LED lights around the perimeter of its roof.
England had Jofra Archer, Zak Crawley, James Anderson and Jonny Bairstow coming into the side.
High on confidence after thrashing England in the second Test in Chennai, the Virat Kohli-led Indian team will look to keep the winning momentum going.