India disappointed on first day of Sydney Test .. Australia 166/2

The first day of the third Test against Australia in Sydney, which started on Thursday, was a disappointment for Team India. Australia won the toss and elected to bat first, ending the day at 166/2. Thirty percent of the first session was wiped out due to rain. Today only 55 overs game was possible. At the crease were Marcus Labushen (67 off 8×4 off 149 balls) and Steve Smith (5×4 off 64 off 64 balls). The Indian bowlers were able to take only two wickets in 55 overs.

Australia captain Tim Payne, who won the toss in the match, chose to bat. With that .. David Warner (5: 8 balls) who started the Australian innings with opener Will Pacoski (4×4 off 62: 110 balls) took the wicket early. David Warner was caught by Chateshwar Pujara on the slip after the team chased down the ball going outside the off stump at Mohammad Siraj bowling at 6 runs. However .. Pakoski played a responsible innings with Labushen who came after that. This was the first Test of Pakoski’s career.

Pakoski, who shared a 100-run partnership with Labushen for the second wicket, scored the first half-century of his career. In fact the individual score looked to be out for Pakoski at 26, 32. But .. in both the cases Rishabh Pant dropped the keeper catches. However, at the team score of 106, Navdeep Saini outscored Pakoski as LBW. Labushen along with Steve Smith who came later .. did not give another wicket to India.