Australia 296 runs ahead despite India restrict them to 123/4 on Day 3 (Image Credit:- Twitter)
Australia continues to dominate World Test Championship Final despite Indian fight back on Day 3. Australia were 123/4 in their second innings after bowled out India for 296. They were 296 runs ahead at the end of Day 3.
A Rahane (89 runs from 129 balls) and Shardul Thakur (51 runs from 109 balls) partnership of 109 runs for the seventh wicket helps India to reach 296. Both batters were lucky that Australian fielders dropped their chances. S Thakur trapped in front of the stumps off a no ball by Pat Cummins again.
A Rahane made useful 89 in the first innings (Image Credit:- Twitter)
Pat Cummins (3/83 in 20 overs) , Cameroon Green (2/44 in 12 overs) , Scott Boland (2/59 in 20 overs) , M Starc (2/71 in 13.4 overs) and Nathan Lyon (1/19 in 4 overs) are the wicket takers for Australia.
Indian bowlers bowled well in the second innings so far compared to the first innings. M Siraj once again given India early breakthrough by dismissing David Warner 1(8) and Umesh Yadhav dismissed Usman Khawaja 13(39) early.
Marnus Labuschagne (41* runs from 118 balls) and Steven Smith (34 runs from 47 balls) added 62 runs for the third wicket. Ravindra Jadeja dismissed both centurions Steven Smith and Travis Head (18 runs from 27 balls).
Marnus Labuschagne (41* runs from 118 balls) and Cameroon Green (7* runs from 27 balls) were at the crease at end of day’s play.
R Jadeja dismissed both centurions of the first Innings S Smith and T Head in second Innings (Image Credit:- Twitter)
Ravindra Jadeja (2/25 in 9 overs) , Umesh Yadhav (1/21 in 7 overs) and Mohammed Siraj (1/41 in 12 overs) are the wicket takers for India.