|Ravindra Jadeja Score 63 Runs in Ind Vs Aus 4th Test|
India Vs Australia fourth Test, day 3: India began the exciting third-day morning on an emphatic note following a quick slump after Jadeja lost his wicket at 63. Ravindra Jadeja combined the caution with aggression to register his career’s seventh half-century. Wriddhiman Saha, on the other hand, scored a composed 33 to get his team a crucial 32-run lead at lunch. Before India suffered a quick downfall, the two had added 96 runs for seventh wicket and this proved to be the turning point.
|Maxwell Score 45 in India Vs Australia 4th Test in 2nd Innings|
India could have done a lot better. Australia was delighted with the work their bowlers did towards the end. However when batting, they couldn’t quite manage to handle the pressure. They did score off the moderate lead in the 9th over, but with three down. It was where they needed some handy knocks from their middle-order batsmen, especially Handscomb and Maxwell.
|Jadeja got 3 Wickets in 2nd Innings of Ind Vs Aus Dharamshala Test|
Dismissals at regular interval kept mounting Australia’s struggle. Maxwell’s quick 45 off 60 balls, wherein he hit 6 boundaries and one six, led Australia to 100. Ashwin caught him before wicket in the 33rd over before he could stimulate India’s headache. Wade’s steady 25 towards the end made Indian bowlers toil for around 15 overs, but Jadeja had Cummins next on his target. Cummins, from the other end, was providing a perfect foil to Wade.
|Australia All out at 137 in 2nd Innings in Dharamshala Test|
Cummins dismissal brought a dismal end to Australia’s struggle as no other batsmen could even open the account afterward. Australia gave India 106-run target with six overs to go for the day. KL Rahul slammed three boundaries to Cummins in his very first over to kick off the chase. In as many as 6 overs being played to end day three, India scored 19 runs without loss. Now, the home side is 87 runs away from the series win with two days to spare.