Ind vs Aus 2nd Test Day 4:- The second match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia is being played in Melbourne. On the fourth day of the match, the host team started playing ahead of 133 runs for 6 wickets in their second innings and the entire team got out on 200 runs. In this way, India got a target of 70 runs to win. In the first innings, Australia’s team piled up 195 runs while India had made a lead of 131 runs while making 326. India achieved the target of 1-1 in the series by achieving the target of 2 wickets in 15.5 overs.
India win second innings, 8 wickets
After lunch chasing 70 runs from Australia, the Indian team’s Shubman Gill and Mayank Aggarwal’s duo landed on the field. The first setback in the second innings to the Indian team, Mitchell Stark, gave Mayank a 5-run out. Then the wicket of the most trusted batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was achieved by Pat Cummins. After two wickets, captain Ajinkya Rahane, who came on the field, teamed up with young Shubman to win India.
In 15.5 overs, the Indian team scored 70 runs needed to win and level 1-1 in the series. Rahane 27 while Shubman returned unbeaten on 35 runs.
Australia’s second innings at 200
In the second innings, Australia’s team lost 6 wickets on a score of 99 runs on the third day. At one point, the team was at risk of an innings defeat, but Cameron Green and Pat Cummins, playing the second match, teamed up to get the team out of this difficulty. When Matthew Wade scored 40 for Australia in the second innings, Marnus Labushane played a 28-run stand
On the fourth day, Jasprit Bumrah gave Australia’s first blow and Pat Cummins out on a shot ball. With Green sharing 57 runs, Australia took a significant lead. After playing the 103 balls, Cummins scored 22 to give Mayank Agarwal his catch. Mohammad Siraj gave Australia the eighth blow to catch Cameron Green at the hands of Ravindra Jadeja, batting on 45 runs.
The 9th wicket dropped as Nathan Leon while Josh Hezalwood was bowled by R Ashwin to finish Australia’s second innings at 200 runs.
India lead in first innings
After all out Australia on 195 runs, India gained a significant lead of 131 runs on captain Ajinkya Rahane’s 112-run innings. Ravindra Jadeja scored the first innings 57 while Shubman Gill, playing the first match, contributed 45 runs.