Australian Team Collapsed for 195 Runs in Boxing Day Test, Bumrah Took 4 Wickets

Australian Team Collapsed for 195 Runs in Boxing Day Test

Ind vs Aus 2nd Test: On the first day of the second Boxing Day Test match of the four-match Test series being played between India and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, India bowled out Australia for 195 runs. The Indian bowlers, performing brilliantly, harassed the Kangaroo batsmen in the MCG and bowled the team before 200 runs. Now the responsibility of the Indian team batsmen.

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On Saturday, on the very first day of the second Test, hosts Australia collapsed for 195 runs in their first innings. The captain of the hosts Tim Paine had decided to bat after winning the toss, but the Kangaroo batsmen could not stand much in front of the Indian bowlers. Australia’s highest score of 48 runs was scored by Marnus Labushane. He hit 48 runs in 132 balls with the help of 4 fours.

Bumrah Took 4 and Ashwin Took 3 Wickets

In the first innings for Australia, Marnus Labuschen scored the highest 48 and Travis Head scored 38 runs. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah took 4 and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets. Mohammad Siraj got 2 wickets in the debut match.

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Bumrah Sent 4 Players to the Pavilion

Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah sent 4 players from Australia to the pavilion. The first wicket was also taken by Bumrah. Opener Joe Burns was caught by wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant without opening the account. He dismissed Travis Head for 38, giving the team a fourth blow. Ajinkya Rahane took his catch. Bumrah got Mitchell Starc (7) caught by Siraj as the third wicket. Boxing Day Test.

Siraj Got Two Wickets in Debut Test

Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj took two wickets in the debut test. He sent Marnus Labuschen (48) and Cameron Green (12) to the pavilion. Labushen was caught by Shubhaman Gill. Coincidentally, Gill also had his first catch in this debut match. Green was LBW by Siraj. 

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Rahane is Captaining in Kohli’s Absence

The playing eleven of the Indian team was announced a day before. 4 changes were made to the team. This is the debut test of Shubman Gill and fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. Rishabh Pant got the chance to replace wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha. Prithvi Shaw, who was a flop in the first Test, was dropped.

100th Test Between India and Australia

A total of 99 Test matches have been played between India and Australia so far. In this, India has won 28 and Australia has won 43 matches. 27 matches were drawn and 1 was inconclusive. 49 matches were played between the two in Australia. Out of this, India won only 7 and Australia in 30 matches. 12 matches were drawn.

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