India vs Australia

India vs Australia Test Series Highlights: India vs Australia 2nd Test match started today as today was Day 1 of the second test match between India and Australia.

Both teams enjoyed the play but at the end of the day, the visitors would be more happy as they performed really well on Day one.

Team India, after asked to bowl first, kept Australia under 200 in their first innings as Australia managed to score only 195 runs and were taken all-out by Virat Kohli less team India.

Despite team India lacking Virat Kohli and Mohammad Shami, they kept Australia to 195 and also scored 36 runs for the loss of Mayank Agarwal’s Wicket who scored duck.

India vs Australia 2nd Test Match Day 1 Highlights

Toss: Australia won the toss and elected to bat.

Australia who elected to bat first scored 195 runs for the loss of 10 Wickets.

Labuschagne was highest scorer for Australia with 48 runs from 132 deliveries while as Travis Head stand at second position with 38 runs from 92 deliveries.

Opening batsman Burns scored a 10-ball duck and was taken by Jasprit Bumrah, caught by Rishabh Pant.

Steve Smith also scored an eight ball duck after he was taken by Ravichandran Ashwin.

The scores of all Australian batsmen in first innings are as follows:

  • Burns 0(10)
  • Wade 30(39)
  • Labuschagne 48(132)
  • Steve Smith 38(92)
  • Travis Head 38(92)
  • Chris Green 12(60)
  • Tim Paine(c & wk) 13(38)
  • Pat Cummins 9(33)
  • Starc 7(8)
  • Lyon 20(17)
  • Hazelwood 4*(1)

Aus: 195/10 (72.3)

Jasprit Bumrah from India took highest wickets as he took four Wickets. Ravichandran Ashwin also took three while as debudant Mohammad Siraj and Ravindra Jadeja took 2 and 1 wicket respectively.

India also scored 36/1 with a loss of Mayank Agarwal’s wicket who scored a six-ball duck after he was taken by Starc.

Currently debudant Shubam Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara are on the crease with Gill batting on 28 from 38 deliveries and Pujara on 7 runs from 23 deliveries.

Ind: 36/1 (11.0)

Michel Starc is the only wicket taker bowler for Australia on Day one as he took the wicket of Mayank Agarwal.

Result: Match in Progress…

India trail by 159 runs. Day 1 Stumps.