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Indian captain Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed for 4 runs. Nathan Lyon catches him by Matthew Wade.

The fifth day game of the third Test in Sydney between India and Australia continues. Australia gave the target of 407 runs to Team India. In reply, India have lost 3 wickets in their second innings on the 5th day. Nathan Lyon gave the first blow of the day to Team India by dismissing captain Ajinkya Rahane. He was dismissed by 4 runs. Rishabh Pant and Cheteshwar Pujara are at the crease. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

Pant was injured in the elbow during batting in the first innings. Despite this, they have come out to bat. India still have to score 290+ runs to win the match. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill returned to the pavilion on the fourth day.

Earlier, Australian captain Tim Paine had declared the second innings for 312 after losing 6 wickets. Australia took a lead of 406 runs to add 94 runs lead in the first innings. By the end of the fourth day’s play, India had scored 98 runs for 2 wickets. No more than 288 runs have been chased at the 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.

71-run opening partnership between Rohit-Shubman
In the second innings, Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill scored a 71-run opening partnership for the second consecutive time. In the first innings too, both had a partnership of 70 runs. Josh Hazlewood gave India the first blow. He dismissed Shubman Gill for a personal score of 31 runs.

Rohit’s first fifty abroad as an opener
On the fourth day, Rohit Sharma was dismissed after opening the first fifty abroad as an opener. He was caught by Pat Cummins at the hands of Mitchell Starc. Rohit scored 52 runs off 98 balls. This was his overall 11th FIFTY. He partnered 21 runs for the third wicket with Pujara.

IND vs AUS Sydney Test: On the fourth day, India scored 98 runs after losing 2 wickets in the second innings, still need 309 runs to win.

Green’s first fifty
Cameron Green made his first fifty in the Test before declaring the innings. He scored 84 runs. He was caught by Jasprit Bumrah at the hands of wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha. At the same time, Tim Paine remained unbeaten on 39 runs. At the same time, Steve Smith made his 30th fifty of his Test career. He scored 81 runs. Ravichandran Ashwin made him his third victim in the series and 5th overall.

Monkeygate dispute for the second consecutive day
The Monkeygate controversy erupted for the second consecutive day in the Sydney Test. Indian bowler Mo also on fourth day of Test. The audience made racist comments on Siraj. A group of spectators sitting close to the boundary were constantly speaking to Siraj, Brown Monkey and Big Dog. Siraj complained to the field umpire Paul Rafael. The match referee and the TV umpire interacted with the field umpire and then the police were called. Police ejected 6 spectators. Cricket Australia has also apologized to Team India on this incident.

Racist remarks on second day in Sydney: Siraj was called Monkey and Dog by audience

103 run partnership between Smith-Labushen
Labushen and Smith shared 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.

Indian team limited on third day
On the third day of the match, the Indian team was limited 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.

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

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