India vs Australia Live Score, 2nd Test Day 3: India 252/7 At Lunch, Trail Australia By 74 Runs

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Live Updates Between India vs Australia, 2nd Test, Day 3, Straight From Perth.

Lunch, Day 3 – India 252 for seven after 93.2 overs. 

09:47 IST: OUT! Nathon Lyon get another one for Australia. First ball duck for Mohammad Shami. Outside edge from Shami’s bat and Tim Paine makes no mistake. Completes a sharp catch.

09:41 IST: Virat Kohli is OUT! Big moment for Australia in the game. Pat Cummins get the crucial breakthrough for the team. Kohli goes for the flashy drive but only manages to edge the ball. Peter Handscomb takes a sharp catch at second slip. Kohli walks back after scoring 123 runs. IND 251-6 after 93 overs 

09:35 IST: FOUR! Full and wide outside off stump from Nathan Lyon and Virat Kohli drives the ball beautifully through covers to collect his 13th boundary of the innings. 250 also comes up for India with that boundary. Virat is batting on 123 alongside Rishabh Pant on 12 runs.. 

09:28 IST: FOUR! First boundary for Rishabh Pant. Josh Hazelwood from round the wicket angles the ball in. Gets a thick outside edge off Pant’s bat but the ball goes through the gully region and races away to the fence. IND 243-5 after 89.5 overs 

09:23 IST: On the pads from Mitchell Starc and Rishabh Pant flicks the ball through mid wicket region to collect three runs. Pant is batting on 7 off 15 balls. IND 237-5 after 87.5 overs 

09:11 IST: Four byes! Quick bouncer from Mitchell Starc goes over the head of the batsman and the wicket-keeper as well. With that boundary India now trail by 98 runs in the first innings.

09:05 IST: OUT! Perfect out-swinger from Josh Hazelwood and Hanuma Vihari takes the long walk back to the pavilion. The ball just moves away after pitching and takes the outside edge of Vihari’s bat. Tim Paine does the rest behind the stumps. Vihari walks back after scoring 20 off 46 balls. IND 223-5 after 85.3 overs 

09:02 IST: Single on the final ball of Mitchell Starc’s over and 50-run partnership comes up between Hanuma Vihari and Virat Kohli. Vihari (20) has provided excellent support to Kohli from the other end. IND 223-4 after 85 overs 

08:55 IST: SIX! Up and over! Short pitched delivery outside off from Josh Hazelwood and Virat Kohli presents the full face of his bat. The ball sails over the third man boundary for a six. IND 220-4 after 83.4 overs 

08:47 IST: FOUR! Over-pitched delivery outside off from Mitchell Starc and Virat Kohli times the ball to perfection. Cracking cover drive from the Indian skipper. The ball races to the fence. IND 213-4 after 82.3 overs 

08:38 IST: Four and 100 comes up for Virat Kohli! 25th century for Virat Kohli in Test cricket. Full length delivery from Mitchell Starc and Kohli punches the ball straight down the ground to collect four runs. What a knock this has been from the Indian skipper. Leading his team from the front. Scores his century off 214 deliveries. IND 207-4 after 80.2 overs

08:37 IST: New ball taken! And Tim Paine has brought in Mitchell Starc straightaway. Australia will now look to get some quick wickets. IND 201-4 after 80 overs

08:33 IST: FOUR! Wide outside off stump from Nathan Lyon and Virat Kohli drives him through extra covers to collect four runs. Kohli has now moved into the 90’s. 200 comes up for India as well with that boundary. IND 201-4 after 79.3 overs

08:30 IST: FOUR! Beautifully driven straight down the ground from Hanuma Vihari. Over pitched delivery from Pat Cummins and Vihari the makes the most of it. Brilliant timing on that occasion as well from Vihari. IND 196-4 after 78.4 overs

08:19 IST: Both Virat Kohli and Hanuma Vihari are pretty cautious at the moment. Another tight over from Nathan Lyon comes to an end. IND 187-4 after 76 overs

08:10 IST: Just one over from Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon is back into the attack. With just six overs to go for the second new ball skipper Tim Paine is looking to get most out the the old one. IND 183-4 after 73 overs

08:05 IST: Maiden! Tidy start from Pat Cummins. Virat Kohli has been pretty watchful this morning after early loss of Ajinkya Rahane. IND 180-4 after 72 overs

08:01 IST: Bowling change for Australia! Pat Cummins comes in to replace Nathan Lyon.  

07:58 IST: FOUR! Short and wide outside off from Mitchell Starc and Hanuma Vihari goes after it. Hits the ball over point and it races to the fence. IND 180-4 after 70.4 overs

07:52 IST: OUT! Nathan Lyon strikes in his first over. Beautiful delivery outside off stump gets the outside edge of Ajinkya Rahane’s bat. Tim Paine does the rest behind the stumps. Rahane walks back after scoring 51 runs. IND 173-4 after 69.4 overs

07:51 IST: First runs on the board for India on Day 3. Virat Kohli tucks the ball on the leg side a takes an easy single. 

07:48 IST: Virat Kohli (82) and Ajinkya Rahane are out in the middle for India. Nathan Lyon will start the proceedings for Australia of Day 3. 

07:45 IST: Mitchell Starc will look to get some reverse swing with the old ball. 

07:38 IST: 11 overs to go for the second new ball. Will Australia go for it straightaway?

07:30 IST: Here’s a look at the pitch! 

07:20 IST: Big day for the Indian team as they eye a big first innings total. 

07:15 IST: Hello and welcome to the live updates from the Day 3 of the second Test between India and Australia.

Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane, the skipper and his deputy, helped India recover from early blows as the visitors were 172/3 at stumps on day two of the second Test against Australia in Perth on Saturday. India still trail Australia by 154 runs with seven wickets in hand. Resuming at 277/6 on a difficult pitch, Australian captain Tim Paine and Pat Cummins put on a half-century stand for the seventh wicket, before the team was bowled out for 326. Australia did well to get the openers out cheaply, with a wicket on each before and after lunch, leaving the visitors in trouble at 8/2. This led to Cheteshwar Pujara and Kohli putting their heads down to do some damage control.

Pujara as usual anchored himself to the crease, while Kohli checked his aggression in the face of some very tight, disciplined bowling from Australia. By tea, India had managed to trudge to 70/2 in 32.0 overs without losing another wicket, however, the ball was still clearly in Australia’s court. 

Ironically, it was only after Pujara fell, with the score reading 82/3, that India managed to actually push back against the relentless Australian bowlers.  A brilliant counter-attack by Rahane eased the pressure on the Indian captain. 

 

 





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