India game in Perth in Perth’s second session of the second Test between India and Australia is bad. And opener Murali Vijay (00) got bowled on Mitchell Starc’s ball without opening the accounts. Lunch was announced as soon as they were out. India’s score in lunch time is 6 to 1 3 overs. On the opposite end, 1 run scored on the crease.
Pat Cummins and tim Paine have come out strong and took the hosts but after that, it was one-way traffic. Umesh Yadav removed Jasprit and Cummins Bumrah got Paine in the following over. Ishant Sharma then arrived and required two to ship Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc back and fold the hosts. India are 6/1 at lunch and has lost Vijay early.
The wickets came a little late, but come back
Australia started playing ahead of the Friday rating of runs at 6 to 6 in the afternoon. The struggle was supposed to cross the 300 and reconcile with it, but Kangaroo captain Tim Paine (39) and Pat Cummins (19) included an extremely important 59 runs for the seventh wicket to give Australia a strong score Pushed Australia towards a score of 310, and following two wickets on 326, Australia failed to deliver themselves about three-and-a-half hundred.
Murali didn’t win
The strategy of Murali Vijay using the first ball and KL Rahul has been apparent that anchor the pitch. Both of them retained the eyes open for the first two overs, but on the inswing of Mitchell Starc’s third over of the innings, the eyes of Murali Vijay were left available. The ball came in. And also the stumps were sprinkled through the center of the bat and pad. The beginning of india got worse. Lunch is declared
Wickets Fall: 112-1 (Finch, 35.2), 130-2 (Usman, 45.6), 134-3 (Harris, 48.2), 148-4 (Handscomb, 54.1), 232-5 (Marsh, 76.6), 251- 6 (Head, 82.1), 310-7 (Cummins, 76.6), 310-8 (Pan, 105.2), 326-9 (Stark, 108.2), 326-10 (Hazzlewood, 108.3)
Mitchell Starc to keep in the end. Josh Hazlewood into Lokesh Rahul, Beautiful shape first up, plays it towards cover-point and Rahul is in defense.
OUT! Bowled ’em! There’s the first one! A huge gap between bat and pad and the wood is disturbed. A Starc special here, as tails after landing and this one lands on middle. A loose, loose shot in the opener and the ball yells his stump after brushing the pad in its way. Only the beginning the hosts could have wanted and just not what the Indians would have liked. DAY 2 THAT WILL BE LUNCH ON.
OUT! Ishant gets four and AUSTRALIA ARE BOWLED OUT FOR 326. Great delivery again, it’s angled in from’around the wicket. Hazlewood must play at it to his hardship, it is an outswinger which kisses the external edge of the blade. Pant dives around to his left to take a catch. Sharma will be on a moment. Australia 326 all-out.