Team India returned to the match after sending 6 Australian batsmen to the pavilion in a span of just 12 runs.


India vs Australia 3rd Indoor Test: The third Test match between India and Australia at the Indore venue has once again changed its attitude. On the first day the match was lost in the hands of Australia, but now on the second day, Team India has recovered brilliantly. Indian bowlers once again brought the Indian team back into the game. On the second day, Australia knelt before the Indian bowlers. Australia were bowled out for 197 runs in their first innings. The team lost a total of 6 wickets in the last 11 runs.

The visiting team lost their fifth wicket at 186 in the form of Peter Handscomb. Handscomb reached the pavilion after scoring 19 runs. After this the process of falling wickets did not stop and the team lost a total of 6 wickets in a span of 12 runs. This includes Cameron Green (21) with 188 runs, Mitchell Starc (1) with 192 runs, Alex Carey (3) with 196 runs, Todd Murphy (0) with 197 runs and Nathan Lyon (5) with 197 runs. At this time, R Ashwin and Umesh Yadav took 3 wickets each.

Australia started the second day like this

At the end of the first day, Australia scored 156 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Starting the second day from here, the Kangaroo team lost the fifth wicket at 186 runs, and then there was a rain of wickets. Australia ended their first innings with a lead of 88 runs. In the first innings, Usman Khawaja scored the highest innings of 60 runs for the team. His innings had a total of 4 fours.

Indian bowling is like this

In this innings, along with the spinners of India, the fast bowlers also performed brilliantly. Ravindra Jadeja gave away 32 runs and took the highest 4 wickets. Apart from this, Ashwin and Umesh Yadav got 3 wins each.

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