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Indian captain Virat Kohli scored 4 runs and was dismissed by Pat Cummins. Cameron Green caught him.

The third day of the day-night Test being played in Adelaide between India and Australia continues. Team India lost 6 wickets in the second innings. At the moment, Hanuma Vihari and Riddhiman Saha are at the crease. Captain Virat Kohli scored 4 runs and was dismissed by Pat Cummins. Cameron Green caught him. Click here to see the scorecard of the match.

Josh Hazlewood took 2 wickets
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood collapsed India’s middle order with 2 wickets. Mayank Agarwal was dismissed for 9 runs in 40 balls. He was caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine at Hazelwood’s ball. After this, Hazelwood sent Ajinkya Rahane to the pavilion without opening an account. He was caught by wicketkeeper Penn.

Cummins gave India the first 3 shocks
On the third day, the Indian team started by 9 runs for one wicket. After this, the team lost 3 wickets in 6 runs. The first three wickets were taken by fast bowler Pat Cummins. He bowled Prithvi Shaw before the second day was over.

Cummins then sent Jasprit Bumrah (2) to the pavilion on his own ball early in the third day. He gave India the third blow as Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara was caught out by wicketkeeper Penn at Cummins’ ball without opening the account.

On the second day, India took a lead of 62 runs.

Team India scored 244 runs in the first innings. After this, hosts Australia were bundled out for 191 runs. In this sense, Team India took a lead of 62 runs in the second innings against Australia on the second day of the match.

Prithvi Shaw flopped in second innings also
The Indian opener was a flop in both innings of the Test. He could not even open the account in the first innings and he was bowled clean by Mitchell Starc on the second ball of the match. Opened the account in the second innings, but could score only 4 runs and Pat was bowled by Cummins.

Australia failed to take lead for first time in day-night test
This is the first time in the day-night test, when the Australian team has not been able to take the lead in the first innings. This is Australia’s 8th Pink Ball Test.

Australian captain Tim Paine’s Fifty
In the first innings, Australia captain Tim Paine scored the highest score of 73 not out off 99 balls. This was the 8th fifty of his Test career. At the same time, Marnus Labushane scored 47 runs off 119 balls. Team India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 4 wickets, while Umesh Yadav got 3 and Jaspreet Bumrah got 2 wickets.

Indian spinner got wickets for the first time in day-night test
Team India is playing its second and first day-night test abroad. This is the first time an Indian spinner has got wickets. Ashwin has taken 4 wickets in the match. India played their first day-night Test against Bangladesh in November last year. Indian fast bowlers took 19 wickets in that match. The match was won by India by an innings and 46 runs.

Both teams:
India: Virat Kohli (captain), Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari, Ajinkya Rahane, Riddhiman Saha, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah.
Australia: Joe Burns, Matthew Wade, Marnus Labushane, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Tim Paine (wicketkeeper and captain), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon and Josh Hazlewood.

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