India vs Australia, 3rd Test

AUS 451, 96/4 (41 O)


Australia 2nd Innings 90-4 (39.1)

India 1st Innings 603-9 (210)
Australia 1st Innings 451-10 (137.3 Over)

The third match of the four-Test series between India and Australia is being played at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi. The match has now reached a turning point. After lagging in the early days, Team India strengthened its hold on the fourth day on Sunday. In this, the double century of Cheteshwar Pujara and the century of Riddhiman Saha were an important contribution. Pujara stood up as a wall and at one time it seemed that it was difficult to get him out. India declared their innings at 603 for 9 declared. He got a 152-run lead on the first innings. By the end of the day's play, Australia scored 23 runs for two wickets in their second innings. At the moment, he is 129 runs behind India. Matt Renshaw (7) remained unbeaten Ravindra Jadeja jolted both wickets of the second inning of Australia after showing off the ball with the bat. They returned David Warner (14) to cheap once again. Pat Cummins claimed four wickets for India, while Steve O'Keefe took 3 wickets while Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon took one wicket each.