Melbourne: India Declared Innings On 443/7 On The Second Day, Scored More Than 400 Runs In Australia After 4 Years
On the second day of the third Test against India, Australia scored eight runs without losing wickets in the first innings. Aaron Finch was unbeaten on three and Mark Harris was unbeaten on five runs. Earlier, captain Virat Kohli declared the Indian innings at 443 for seven wickets. At that time Rohit Sharma was unbeaten 63 runs. Pat Cummins top-scored with three wickets from Australia. Mitchell Starc took 2 wickets, while Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon were successful in taking 1-1 wickets.
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