Melbourne Test: India Did Not Give Follow-On, Ahead Of 346 Runs, 15 Wickets Fall On The Third Day
Bowlers dominated Friday on the third Test between India and Australia. On the third day of the match, a total 15 wickets fell, while the batsmen could only score 197 runs. Most of the eight wickets fell in the third session, while only 60 runs were scored during this period. In the first session, four wickets fell and 81 runs were scored. In the second session, 56 runs were scored, three wickets fell. At the end of the third day’s play, India had lost five wickets in the second innings, while only 54 runs were scored. Earlier, Australia’s first innings was all out for 151 runs. He could not avoid the follow-on. However, India decided to bat instead of the follow-on.
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