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India vs Australia, Day 3: Jasprit Bumrah strikes Aussies with 6 wickets

India vs Australia, Day 3: Jasprit Bumrah strikes Aussies with 6 wickets

Jasprit Bumrah tore distant Australia’s frail batting line-up on a decaying pitch at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to give India stay balance against Australia.

In spite of taking a 292-run lead, India decided not to implement ‘follow-on’. They were reduced to 54 for 5 in their second innings however went to stumps with a lead of 346. Bumrah, who completed 6 for 33, became the 1st Asian bowler to get 5 wicket pulls in South Africa, England, and Australia in his first year in Test cricket.

India had announced after piling on 443 for 7 on Thursday. Australian openers Marcus Harris and Aaron Finch endure six testing overs from the Indian assault late at night yet the hosts were overwhelmed by Jasprit Bumrah, who bowled with speed and blended the slower balls keenly.

It was Ishant Sharma who began the harm for Australia when he rejected Aaron Finch in the fifth over of the day. Bumrah then had Harris sent back before Ravindra Jadeja joined the team – playing his first Test in Australia, Jadeja trapped Usman Khawaja and Mitchell Marsh.

Mohammed Shami bowl just 10 overs yet he looked threatening – in any case, he had only one wicket to appear for his trickiness and aptitudes.

The day truly had a place with Jasprit Bumrah. He was threatening, brisk and scary variable bounce on the pitch leaving Australia shook.

India’s batsmen had played energetically for two days. Ricky Ponting even addressed Cheteshwar Pujara’s coarse hundred and said India may be left to regret his poor strike if they lost the Test match.

Batting on MCG surface was really tough as said by Finch and Pujara played on Thursday. On Friday, Jasprit Bumrah guaranteed Australia were in trouble. It was the bowling standards. His pace awed even the Australian pros and left their batsmen stunned.

The drama starts now, Regardless of a 292-run lead, Virat Kohli decided not to implement the follow-on, maybe stressed his men may need to bat in the fourth innings on a surface that couldn’t be trusted any longer.

Now Pat Cummins tore through the Indian top-request. He got 4 wickets in four overs to give Australia some satisfaction in what has been an extreme test match. Cummins first exiled Hanuma Vihari to break what was another promising opening stand. He next expelled Pujara and Kohli for ducks inside four bowls. Josh Hazlewood then rejected Rohit Sharma as India lost a large portion of their side.

The match is not yet over there is still magic working within Indis. Mayank Agarwal, who had an amazing presentation, was at the wrinkle alongside Rishabh Pant. Yet not out of danger the Aussies and it requires an enormous effort from the hosts to turn their fortunes in Melbourne throughout the end of the week.

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