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On the very first ball of the second day, the Australian team took a review against Pujara. However, Australia lost the review due to no contact between the bat and the ball.

The second Test is being played in Melbourne between India and Australia. The second day of the Boxing Day Test has started. Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara are present at the crease. On the very first ball of the second day, the Australian team took a review against Pujara. However, Australia lost the review due to no contact between the bat and the ball. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

Mayank could not open account

The Indian team did not have a good start in the first innings. Opener Mayank Agarwal returned to the pavilion in the very first over of the innings. They could not even open an account. Mitchell Starc LBW him. By the end of the first day, the Indian team had scored 36 runs losing 1 wicket. In this sense, Team India was 159 runs behind Australia on the first day.

Bumrah took 4 and Ashwin took 3 wickets

The Australian team was reduced to 195 runs in the first innings. In the first innings for Australia, Marnus Labuschen scored the highest 48 and Travis Head scored 38 runs. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah took 4 and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets. Mohammad Siraj got 2 wickets in the debut match.

This is the 5th time in cricket history, when the Australia team was all out on the first day of the Boxing-Day Test. Earlier, the team could score only 98 runs on the first day of the Test against England in 2011.

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Australia could not catch the match from the beginning

Australia had a poor start. The team had lost 3 wickets for 38 runs. During this time, Joe Burns and Steve Smith could not even open the account. After this, Travis Head and Marnus Labuschen took the innings and shared 86 runs for the fourth wicket. After this, the team faltered and lost 7 wickets to make the last 71 runs.

Bumrah sent 4 players to the pavilion

Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah sent 4 players from Australia to the pavilion. The first wicket was also taken by Bumrah. Opener Joe Burns was caught by wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant without opening the account. He dismissed Travis Head for 38, giving the team a fourth blow. Ajinkya Rahane took his catch. Bumrah got Mitchell Starc (7) caught by Siraj as the third wicket.

Siraj got two wickets in debut test

Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj took two wickets in the debut test. He sent Marnus Labuschen (48) and Cameron Green (12) to the pavilion. Labushen was caught by Shubhaman Gill. Coincidentally, Gill also had his first catch in this debut match. Green was LBW by Siraj.

Smith could not open account against India for the first time

Steve Smith was out for the first time without opening an account against Team India. So far he has scored 1431 runs in 12 Tests against India. It consists of 7 centuries. He has been dismissed for one run twice. His best score against India is 192, which he scored in 2014 in Melbourne.

Tribute to Dean Jones in the match

The first day saw a tribute to former Australian player Dean Jones between T-times. Legend’s bat, cap and glasses placed near the stumps. During this, Legend’s former cricketer Alan Border was also present along with Jones’ wife Jaane, daughter Augusta and Phoebe. Along with this, some fans also carried banners to pay tribute to Dean Jones. The Australian government has allowed 30,000 fans to come to the stadium for this match.

Rahane is captaining in Kohli’s absence

The playing eleven of the Indian team was announced a day before. 4 changes were made to the team. This is the debut test of Shubman Gill and fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. Rishabh Pant got the chance to replace wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha. Prithvi Shaw, who was a flop in the first Test, was dropped.

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