Australia Lost 2 Wickets In The Second Innings, Score 60

Australia Lost 2 wickets in the second innings, scoring 60: India vs Australia 2nd Test day 3 Match. The second Test match between India and Australia is being played at the MCG in Melbourne.

Today is the third day of this match. India batted well on the second day of the match to lead by 82 runs.

Playing 277/5, the Indian team scored 326 runs losing all wickets in 115.1 overs on the third day of the match.

In this way, India has a lead of 131 runs. In response to this, Australia has scored 66 runs and lost 2 wickets in 29 overs in the second innings.

At the moment, Matthew Wade and Steve Smith are at the crease.

India vs Australia 2nd Test Match

Australia’s second innings, 2 wickets fell

After trailing by 131 runs in the first innings, the first blow to the Australian team came in the form of Joe Burns, who scored 4 runs and was caught by Rishabh Pant off Umesh Yadav.

The second blow to the Kangaroo team came in the form of Marnus Labushane, who scored 28 runs and was caught by Ajinkya Rahane off R Ashwin.

India’s first innings, captain Rahane’s century

Ajinkya Rahane, who played a century in the second day of the Boxing Day Test match, returned to the pavilion as a run-out on the third day of the match.

Rahane had kicked off about 40 minutes of the day’s play, but he was run out on a personal score of 112 in the wake of a risky run.

India got their second blow of the day and the seventh blow of the innings in the form of Ravindra Jadeja who was caught by Cummins off Mitchell Starc for 57 runs.

India got the eighth blow in the form of Umesh Yadav, who scored 9 runs and was caught by Smith, off Nathan Lyon. The 9th success led the Kangaroo team to Josh Hazlewood.

He got Ashwin caught by Liaon at a personal score of 14 runs. Jasprit Bumrah fell as India’s last wicket, which was caught by Nathan Lyon at the hands of Travis Head.

Match account

The Australian team won the toss in this match and decided to bat first, but the Indian team piled up the Kangaroo team for 195 runs.

India did not get a good start after that, but captain Ajinkya Rahane had a good partnership with Shubman Gill and Ravindra Jadeja as well as Rishabh Pant and led the team to a good score.

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