India Vs Australia Second Test Day 4: India Pocket Four Wickets To Conclude The Aussie Innings In First Session

Akshay Sonawane
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In the second Test match of India tour of Australia, the Aussies won the toss and chose to bat. Second Innings, India 326/10, Ajinkya Rahane (112), Nathan Lyon (3/72). Third Innings, day 4, first session, Australia 200/10, Cameron Green (45), Mathew Wade (40), Mohammed Siraj 3/36. The first session of the day belonged to India for pocketing four wickets while conceding 67 runs. Australia end the third innings with a lead of 69 runs.

Cameron Green and Pat Cummins (22) walked out to bat on day 4 with a lead of 2 runs. After surviving for the first 16 overs of the morning, the partnership was finally broken when Cummins fell prey to Bumrah’s quick bouncer and was caught by Mayank Agarwal in the slips. Green departed in the 91st over after playing a patient knock, the all-rounder intended to pull the short ball by Mohammed Siraj but found the fielder. Without adding much to the total Nathan Lyon (3) was sent to the pavilion before he was caught by Rishabh Pant behind the stumps. The Indian team finally got their much needed Aussie wicket of Josh Hazlewood, who just left the delivery which knocked the off-stump of the tailender.


For India, Siraj grabbed three wickets and conceded 37 runs, while Bumrah, Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin managed to pocket two wickets each. In the first session of day 4, 67 runs were scored while 37.1 overs were bowled with the fall of four wickets.