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In the second innings, Steve Smith hit the 30th fifty of his Test career.

The fourth day of the Sydney Test between India and Australia continues. Australia have lost 5 wickets in the second innings. Steve Smith scored 81 runs. He was hunted by Ravichandran Ashwin for the third time in the series and the 5th time in total. Australian captain Tim Paine and Chris Green are at the crease. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

Smith marked the 30th fifty of his Test career. Australia has taken a 300+ run lead over India so far. No more than 288 runs have been chased at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) so far. Australia last won a match against South Africa in 2006 by scoring 288 for 2 wickets in the fourth innings.

103 run partnership between Smith-Labushen
Earlier, Labushen and Smith partnered 103 runs off 224 balls for the third wicket. Labushen marks his 10th FIFTY of Test career. He was out for 73 off 118 balls. Saini catches him in the hands of Riddhiman Saha. Labushen also scored 91 runs in the last innings. Saini then also sent Matthew Wade to the pavilion. Wade could not do anything special and was dismissed for 4 runs. Saini has taken 4 wickets in his debut test so far. He also took 2 wickets in the first innings.

Smith placed fifty in both innings of the third Test
Smith has scored 50+ in both innings 11 times so far. He is the 5th batsman in the world to do so. Former Australia cricketer Ricky Ponting has scored the most 15 times, scoring 50+ runs in both innings. Smith had scored 1, 1 *, 0, 8 runs in this series before the third Test. At the same time, in this Test, he scored 131 runs in the first innings.

How many times 50+ runs in both innings Batsman
15 Ricky Ponting
14 Jack Kallis / Alistair Cook
13 Alan border
12 Kumar Sangakkara
11 Inzamam-ul-Haq / Shivnarine Chanderpaul / Steve Smith

Ashwin dismisses Warner for 10th time
Earlier on the second day, Australia lost 2 wickets in the second innings. Ravichandran Ashwin lbw David Warner out. He scored 19 runs off 23 balls. Ashwin has dismissed Warner 10 times in Test cricket. Apart from this, he dismissed former England cricketer Alastair Cook 9 times. Mohammad Siraj’s first blow to Australia by dismissing Will Pukowski

Saha doing wicketkeeping in place of Pant
Wriddhiman Saha is substituting wicketkeeping as a substitute fielder in place of Rishabh Pant. Pant’s arm (Elbow) was hurt during the Indian innings. At the same time, Ravindra Jadeja also suffered a left thumb injury during batting. Both were taken to the hospital for scans.

Team India upset with the players: Jadeja and Pant also injured on the third day of the third Test; Chasing target in the second innings may be difficult

Team India lost 8 wickets for 148 runs
The Indian team was reduced to 244 runs in the first innings. India started playing on 96 for 2 runs on the third day. That is, on the third day the team lost the remaining 8 wickets to make 148 runs. Apart from Cheteshwar Pujara, Pant and Ravindra Jadeja, none of the batsmen could survive on the wicket. 4 batsmen could not even touch the figure of ten. On the second day, India lost both their openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill.

India’s 50+ opening partnership in 14th innings: Shubman becomes India’s youngest Test opener to score 50+ in Australia

3 batsmen of India run out in an innings after 12 years
In the first innings of India, Hanuma Vihari, Ravichandran Ashwin and Bumrah were run out. After 12 years, 3 Indian batsmen were run out in an innings. Earlier in 2008-09, 3 batsmen of India were run out in an innings against England in Mohali. In 2008-09, Virender Sehwag, VVS Laxman and Yuvraj Singh were run out. This is the 7th time India has had 3 or more batsmen run out in an innings.

Ponting upset with Pujara’s slow batting: Cheteshwar’s reply- I know batting, Dravid vs Pujara trending on social media

For the fourth time in 3 Tests, Pujara became the victim of Cummins
Pat Cummins had Cheteshwar Pujara caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine. He was dismissed for 50 off 176 balls. Cummins dismissed Pujara for the fourth time in 5 innings of the series. At the same time, Rishabh Pant was dismissed for 36 runs off 67 balls. He was caught by Josh Hazlewood in the hands of David Warner. Cummins took 4 wickets from Australia, Hazlewood took 2 and Stark took 1 wicket. Pujara made his 25th fifty of the Test career on the third day. This is the slowest fifty in Pujara’s career. He played 174 balls for this.

IND vs AUS 3rd Test: Australia lead by 197 runs in second innings so far; 251 runs scored on the third day and 10 wickets fell

On the second day, Jadeja gave 4 shocks to Australia
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. India bowled Australia for 338 runs in the first innings.

Second day of Sydney Test: Shubman studded his first fifty, Jadeja piled up Australia with 4 wickets

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.

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). Steve scored 131 runs off 226 balls and was runout by Jadeja.

Smith ahead of Sachin-Kohli: scored 27 centuries in 136 Test innings; Tendulkar and Virat played 141 innings for this

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. Labushen then shared a 100-run partnership with Smith for the third wicket.

First day of Sydney Test washed out: Australia scores 166/2, one wicket to Saini and Pukowski’s fifty in debut