IND VS AUS ADELIDE TEST: Ashwin, Ishant and Bumrah hit a screw on Australia, 7 wickets on 191 runs
India scored 250 runs in the first innings of the Adelaide Test. In reply, Australia finished the day on 191 runs for 7 wickets.
Adelaide: Indian team has strengthened the position in the first Test against Australia. The first innings of the Indian team was reduced to the first ball on Friday (December 7) on the second day of the match. He scored 250 runs. After this, Indian bowlers dashed Australia’s seven wickets for 177 runs. At the end of day’s play, Australia had scored 191 for seven wickets. Travis Head 61 and Mitchell Starc are unbeaten on 8 runs.
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The second day’s game ended on 191/7
The second day of the Adelaide Test is over. Australia have scored 191 runs for 7 wickets at the close of play. Travis Head 61 and Mitchell Starc are unbeaten on 8 runs. Ravichandran Ashwin top-scored for India with three wickets. Ishant Sharma and Jaspreet Bumrah hit two wickets each. Australia 191/7 (886 overs)
Stark can prove dangerous
After Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc is doing well with the bat. They hit Mohammad Shami on the ball. Stark has done 9 fifties in 45 Tests. If India has to put pressure on Australia, then Stark’s wicket will have to be taken quickly. Australia 190/7 (86 overs)
Ashwin bowling with the new ball
India has taken the new ball after 80 overs. He got success in the over before the new ball, when Bumrah ran Cummins. Despite this, the Indian captain did not call the fast bowler for the new ball from the other end. He has also trusted the off-spinner Ashwin for the new ball. Australia 180/7 (82 overs)
Cummins who took over the team by 10 runs
Pat Cummins scored just 10 runs. But during this time he faced 47 balls and shared a 50-run partnership with Travis Head. This has helped Australia to overcome the pressure to a great extent.
Pat Cummins Out
Jaspreet Bumrah made an impressive Pat Cummins lbw on the third ball of the 81st over. The umpire gave out. Pat Cummins challenged the umpire’s decision under the DRS. But the third umpire did not change the decision of the umpire. Australia 177/7 (80.3 overs)
Travis Head and Pat Cummins shared 50 runs
Travis Head and Pat Cummins have taken Australia to a 50-run partnership. Australia lost their sixth wicket to 127 runs After this, both of them reached the score of 177 runs. Australia 177/6 (80 overs)
Travis Head’s second half-century
Travis Head has the second half-century of the career. This is their third Test match. Australia has fed him in place of all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, so that the team’s batting can be strengthened. Head has worked a great deal. However, Australia will hope to have a head, a century like Pujara of India. Australia 170/6 (76 overs)
Travis’s half-century off-spinner, Travis Hadd, took Murali Vijay off to a run in the covers. With this, he has completed his half-century. He played 109 balls to make half-century. He has scored five boundaries in his innings.
Ball captured by Murali Vijay
Indian captain Virat Kohli has given Murali Vijay the bowling. Maybe they want to give some rest to their main bowlers. Australia 166/6 (72 overs)
Australia scored 150 runs in 6 wickets
Australia scored 150 runs in the 70th over for six wickets. He is still 100 runs behind India’s score and his four wickets remain. Travis Head is at 39 runs and Pat Cummins has scored 4 runs on the crease.
Travis Head handled the Front
Travis Head is playing with 37 runs. After six wickets in Australia, he is the only specialist batsman. He has shared 20 runs with Pat Cummins. Australia 147/6 (68.3 over)
Ishant returns to Tim Pan
Ishant Sharma got Australia captain Tim Paan out and gave India a big success. This is Ishant Sharma’s second wicket in the match. Pan-five runs in the pan and sit down to Pant. Australia 127/6 (63 overs)
Australia scored 125 runs
Australia scored 125 runs in the 61st over. That is, he has decided to go halfway through the Indian score. His five batsmen, i.e. half the team pavilion, have also returned. Interesting competition continues.
Half of Australia paddle to 117 runs
Half of Australia has returned to pavilion within 117 runs. India lost their fifth wicket by 86 runs. Comparatively, Australia is in a slightly better position. But the Indian bowlers are bowling well. They have put pressure on Australia. In this case, Australia’s first goal would be to reach India’s score (250).
Handscomb scored by 34 runs
Jaspreet Bumrah hit Handscomb at the hands of wicketkeeper Pant. Handscomb finished with 34 runs. Australia 120/5 (57.3 over)
T-break begins with Pace attack
India has started from the two ends with a pace attack after the T-break. After T-break, the first over was thrown out by Jaspreet Bumrah. Mohammed Shami started the bowling from the other end.
India’s heavyweight till T-break
India have taken four wickets in Australia for the T-break. Australia score is 117 for 4 wickets. Australia’s team scored 60 in the first session and 60 in the second session. Clearly, the Indian bowlers have kept pressure on Australian batsmen. Handscomb is playing on 33 and 17 runs.