AUS vs IND: Adelaide Test – Indian bowlers dominated the second day, Australia batted Australia – vs Australia v India first day Night Pink Ball Test Day 2 Highlights and Talking Points

India’s first innings was limited to 244 on the second day of the Pink Ball Day-Night Test in La Dilade. After this, the Indian bowlers put pressure on the hosts and bowled out Australia for 191 in the first innings. By the end of the second day’s play, India had lost one wicket and scored 9 runs. Mayank Agarwal (* *) and Night Watchman Jaspreet Bumrah (0 *) were at the crease at stumps.

Earth hundred again bold, Cummins made the hunt

Opener Prithvi Shaw () bowled paceman Pat Cummins on the first ball of the fourth over of India’s second innings and India took the first tweak. Prithvi also bowled Mitchell Starc in the first innings when he could not open the account.

Tim Payne hit an unbeaten half-century

Australia’s first innings was reduced to 191 runs. Captain Tim Payne (73 *) scored a superb half century for the hosts and returned unbeaten. Penn hit 10 fours in an unbeaten innings of 99 balls. No. The first-ranked batsmen remained steady at one end and returned unbeaten. Josh Hazlewood (8) was caught out by Pujara at the hands of Umesh Yadav and collected Australian innings. India’s -f spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took a maximum of 4 wickets, pacer Umesh Yadav took 3 and Bumrah took two wickets.

Fifty missed Labushen, Umesh sent to the pavilion

Fast bowler Umesh Yadav also showed strength and did not allow Marnus Labushen (47) to complete fifty. Yadav lbw him out and he returned to the pavilion for the sixth wicket with a team score of 111. Yadav then grabbed Pat Cummins (0) in Rahane’s hand. Umesh completed the Pu Australian innings by catching Josh Hazlewood (8) at the hands of Pujara. He was 3 for 40 in 16.1 overs.

Australia opened the scoring for Australia after 28 balls

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The hosts played 28 balls to open their account and set a slow start record. This is the slowest start of the century in Australian Australian cricket history, when he played 28 balls to open the account. The hosts had to wait a long time for the first run. Opener Matthew Wade hit the fourth ball of Umesh Yadav’s 5th over in the direction of the covers and opened the account for the team.

Australia Australia’s poor start, Bumrah shocks

Australia’s start was poor and Bumrah lbw out Matthew Wade (8) to give the visitors the first victory. Wade faced 51 balls and hit a four. J. Burns (8) was then sent to the pavilion on the third ball of the 17th over of the innings, allowing the team to score 29 for 2.

Virat caught Green’s superb catch

Australia Half of Australia’s team returned to the pavilion runs runs

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Tea Australia lost 5 wickets and scored 92 runs till the tea time break on the second day. Ashwin excelled and caught Steve Smith (1), Travid Head (7) and Cameron Green (11). The hosts were 79 for 5 after 40.3 overs.

Stark out, Australia’s 8th wicket fell at 139

India’s first innings at 244, Starc’s ‘fours’

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India’s first innings ended at 244 on Friday, the second day of a day-night Test match played with pink balls at the Adelaide Oval. From the hosts, paceman Mitchell Starc took 4 for 53 while Pat Cummins took 3 for 48. Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon took 1-1 wickets.

Saha and Ashwin lost hope

Wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha also lost hope and was caught out by Mitchell Starc’s Tim Payne. Saha played 26 balls and scored 9 runs with the help of 1 four. At the same time, Ravichandran Ashwin could not increase his personal score on the first day and scored 15 runs and fell to Cummins on the third ball of the second day (89.3 overs). He caught Tim Payne. Ashwin played 20 balls and hit 1 four. Umesh Yadav (6) and Mohammad Shami (0) also returned to the pavilion early.

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