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The third day of the Sydney Test between India and Australia continues. Team India has completed 100 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara and captain Ajinkya Rahane are at the crease. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

Both Indian opener pavilions returned
Earlier on the second day, both Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill returned to the pavilion. Gill scored the first fifty in the second Test of his career by scoring 50 off 101 balls. He was caught by Pat Cummins at the hands of Cameron Green. At the same time, Rohit, opening in Test for the first time on foreign soil, could only score 26 runs. He was caught by Josh Hazlewood on his own ball and sent to the pavilion.

On the second day, 10 wickets fell and 268 runs were scored.
Australia won the toss and scored 338 runs. Australia started the second day playing 166 runs on 2. Twice before lunch, the rain disrupted, but could not stop the match for much longer. Meanwhile, the team lost 8 wickets in scoring 172 runs. Apart from Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah and Navdeep Saini took 2–2 wickets for Team India in the first innings. A breakthrough came to Mohammad Siraj.

After this, Team India lost 2 wickets in scoring 96 runs. Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood took 1–1 wickets for Australia. Today is also the birthday of Hazelwood. He is 30 years old.

Jadeja gave 4 shocks to Australia
Meanwhile, Jadeja gave 4 big shocks to Australia. First Marnus Labushen was caught out by Ajinkya Rahane for 91 runs. He made his 9th FIFTY of Test career. Also partnered 100 runs for the third wicket with Smith. Jadeja got Matthew Wade (13) caught out by Jasprit Bumrah. After this, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon were also not allowed to open the account. Cummins was bold, while Leon was LBW.

Saini takes 2 wickets in debut test
Fast bowler Navdeep Saini took two wickets in the debut test. He LBW the opener Will Pukowski (62). After this, Mitchell Starc (24) was caught by Shubman. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah smashed the Australian middle order with 2 wickets. Cameron Green returned to the pavilion without opening an account. He was LBWed by Bumrah. After this, captain Tim Paine was bowled clean for one run.

Saini 5th Indian dismissing debutant in debut match
Saini has become the 5th Indian bowler to dismiss the opposition team’s debutant in his debut match. The last time Zaheer Khan dismissed Mehrab Hussain in the 2000 Dhaka Test. At the same time, Vijay Hazare first dismissed English cricketer Alec Bedasser in the 1946 Lord’s Test.

Steve equals Graeme Smith and Alan Border
Steve Smith of Australia scored his 27th Test Test century. With this, he has left the legend of the West Indies, Sir Gary Sobers (26). Ravindra Jadeja took 4 wickets.

Steve scored 131 runs off 226 balls and was runout by Jadeja. He has also equaled former Australian captain Alan Border and former South African captain Graeme Smith in addition to Indian captain Virat Kohli in the most centuries. Kohli scored 87, Graeme Smith 117 and Border scored 27-27 centuries in the 156th Test. At the same time, Steve is playing the 76th Test.

Australia’s poor start, Warner returned to pavilion early
The host team had a poor start in the first innings. In the fourth over itself, Mohammad Siraj gave the first blow to Australia. David Warner returned to the pavilion after scoring 5 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara took his catch. After this, Pukowski took over the partnership by sharing 100 runs for the second wicket with Labushen. Finally Labushen scored an unbeaten 60-run partnership with Smith for the third wicket.

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