Adelaide, Jan 18: Flamboyant Australian opener David Warner says, Sachin Tendulkar is the only in-form Indian batsman who is amongst runs, in the struggling Indian batting line-up in the on-going Test series against Australia, as he expects the rest to show some aggression in the fourth and final Test to be played at Adelaide from next Tuesday.
The 25 year old swashbuckling opener, has said "there might be a lot of people in their shed wondering how they're going to score runs" "In my mind there is probably only one player (in form) and that's Sachin Tendulkar who looks like he's using a sight screen when he comes out to bat.
He further added saying others are world class cricketers. If we look at the amount of runs they have got in their careers, is just phenomenal. He also said that Aussies expect them to show some expression in the Adelaide Test.
The master blaster who has got a couple of half centuries during the series, which India trail by 0-3, but he continues to chase an elusive 100th international hundred.
Aussie Opener also said, the Indian team is under pressure and is undergoing crisis after losing seven matches back to back on foreign soil, while Aussies aim to make it eight in a row as they eye for a whitewash at Adelaide.
"As Michael Clarke said the other day after the game (in Perth), celebrate your win but at the end of the day we want to try and beat the second team in the world four-nil," Warner said who scored the fourth fastest ton in the Perth Test which Australia won by an innings and 37 runs.