Sydney Test: Australia’s grip strong with 197 runs lead

Australia vs India Full Report: Australia has taken a strong lead of 197 runs over India by the end of Saturday’s game on the third day of the third Test match being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on the basis of its all-round game. Australian bowlers did not let the Indian team go past their first innings score of 338 runs.

Australia, led by Pat Cummins, bowled India for 244 runs in the first innings and took a lead of 94 runs in the second innings. By the end of the third day’s play, the hosts have scored 103 runs losing two wickets and strengthened their lead. Its two main batsmen till the end of the day’s play Marnus Labuschain (Marnus labuschagne) 47 more Steve smith (Steve Smith) is playing 29 runs. Both of them also batted brilliantly in the first innings. While Labushain had scored 91 runs, Smith had scored 131 runs.

Australia’s opening pair failed once again and could not give the team a good start. A half-century in the first innings, Will Pucovaski fell to Mohammad Siraj for a total of 10. David Warner (13) was dismissed by Ravichandran Ashwin on a total score of 35. From here, Smith and Labuschagne got their feet on the wicket. So far, 68 runs have been shared between the two. Labushen has hit six fours facing 69 balls. At the same time, Steve Smith has hit three fours in 63 balls.

Earlier, India started the third day with 96 runs for 2 wickets. The Indian team faced a total of 100.4 overs. Cheteshwar Pujara scored 50 runs while Rishabh Pant scored 36 runs. Ravindra Jadeja returned unbeaten on 28 runs.

Both Pant and Jadeja suffered injuries during the batting and both have been taken for a scan. Wriddhiman Saha is taking wicketkeeping in place of Pant. India lost the wickets of captain Ajinkya Rahane (22) and Hanuma Vihari (4) in the first session of the day. In the second season, India lost all the wickets along with Pant and Pujara.

Pat Cummins took four wickets for Australia while Josh Hazlewood got two wickets. Mitchell Starc also made a breakthrough. Three of India’s batsmen were run out. This is the seventh time that three batsmen have been run out in a single innings. Till lunch, India looked in good shape. By that time, he had scored 180 runs for four wickets. Two of the four wickets fell on Saturday while two fell on Friday. Pujara was unbeaten on 42 and Pant 29 runs till lunch. After lunch the situation turned completely opposite for India.

First Pant was dismissed on 195 total and then on this sum, Pat Cummins dismissed Pujara. Pant was taken by Hazlewood while Pujara was taken by Cummins. After this, Jadeja (Jadeja) and Ravichandran Ashwin (10) took the score to 200 but Ashwin was run out for a total of 206. Navdeep Saini (3) was dismissed by Mitchell Starc at 210 and Jaspreet Bumrah was dismissed by Labushain for a total of 216. Jadeja remained unbeaten with five fours off 37 balls while Cummins dismissed Mohammad Siraj (6) as the final wicket.