Regardless of bowling out Australia for 263 on Day 1 of the second Take a look at, Group India did not stamp its authority as Usman Khawaja (81) and Peter Handscomb (72*) managed to rescue the guests in Delhi. Nevertheless, India, who took a 1-0 within the collection after beating Australia within the series-opener in Nagpur, head into Day 2, barely forward within the contest. Mohammed Shami was the decide of the bowlers with 4 wickets to his identify, whereas spin wizards Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin scalped six wickets apiece.
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Jadeja, who was named ‘Man of the Match’ within the first Take a look at, troubled the Australia batters as soon as once more. The 34-year-old now has a brand new identify, courtesy Virat Kohli.
Within the sixty fourth over of Australia’s innings, Kohli was seen motivating Jadeja to take a wicket after Handscomb and Pat Cummins (33) had placed on an honest partnership for the seventh wicket.
In a video uploaded on Twitter, Kohli was seen shouting, “Chal Pathaan. Chal Pathaan out karke de, shabaash”.
Kohli’s phrases did handle to encourage Jadeja as he dismissed each Cummins and Todd Murphy within the 68th over.
Shami then wrapped up the Australian innings within the remaining session as he bowled Lyon and Kuhnemann for 10 and 6, respectively.
India reached 21 for no loss at stumps with the hosts nonetheless trailing Australia by 242 runs. Skipper Rohit Sharma, on 13, and KL Rahul, on 4, had been batting.
Australia labored with spin proper from the second over with debutant Matthew Kuhnemann and Nathan Lyon bowling six overs between them.
(With AFP Inputs)
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