IND vs AUS, Indore Test Day 1: The first day’s play of the third Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy being played between India and Australia in Indore is over. It completely went in favor of the Kangaroo team. Where first the Indian batsmen got trapped in the superb spin bowling of Nathan Lyon and Matthew Kuhnman and the whole team was reduced to 109 runs. At the same time, by the end of the day, the visiting team has scored 156 runs after losing 4 wickets. That is, they have a lead of 47 runs. On this dangerous turning track, if the Australian team takes a lead of 150 from here, then the danger for the Indian team will increase.
In this match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat first. Earlier in the last two matches, Rohit had lost the toss and the Kangaroo team had batted first. After this, India got its first blow at the score of 27 when captain Rohit Sharma became the victim of Kuhnman after scoring 12 runs. After this Gill also could not survive and he returned to the pavilion after making 21. Both the openers were out for 34 runs and soon half the team was out for 45 runs. Virat Kohli stood at one end but he too could not do anything special and got out after scoring 22 runs.
Umesh crossed 100
In the end, Umesh Yadav hit one four and two sixes and scored an important 17 runs to take the team’s score past 100. The entire Indian team was reduced to 109 runs in 33.2 overs. Virat was the top scorer by scoring 22 runs. And for Australia, Kuhnman took 5 for 16 and Nathan Lyon took three wickets. Nagpur Test star Todd Murphy also got a breakthrough. After this the Australian innings also started and nothing much happened. Opener Travis Head was sent back to the pavilion by Ravindra Jadeja in the second over itself. But after that luck did not favor Jadeja and the Indian team.
Big mistake made by Ravindra Jadeja
World number one Test batsman Marnus Labuschagne came after Head’s dismissal. He could not even open the account and was dismissed by Jadeja. But that ball turned out to be a no ball. After this Labushen added 96 runs for the second wicket with Khawaja. He played an innings of 31 runs and Khawaja scored 60 runs. After this, Jadeja sent both of them back to the pavilion. Jadeja, who troubled Smith in the Delhi Test, did not spare him here as well and got him caught out by wicketkeeper Shrikar Bharat at the score of 26. At the end of the day, Australia’s score is 156 for 4 and the total lead is 47 runs. Cameron Green is playing on 6 and Peter Handscomb is on 7 runs. Ravindra Jadeja has taken all the four wickets for India.