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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Australia versus India second Test 2018 scorecard

Ace batsman Virat Kohli raised his 25th century on Sunday, crushing a four off Mitchell Starc to achieve triple figures on day three of the second Test in Perth. 

Playing in his 75th Test, the Indian run-machine did it in style with exemplary straight drive to take his group to 214 for four in answer to Australia's 326. 

He hit 11 fours in the engaging 214-ball thump in the wake of going to the wrinkle with his group in a bad position in the wake of losing two early wickets. 

It was his 6th ton in Australia, placing him in the first class organization of Sachin Tendulkar. Late on Saturday evening here at the Optus Stadium, there was a sudden spurt of the Bhangra. Belatedly fans flung their worn out arms and a weak Mexican wave followed. Much the same as the music's rhythm and the late response from the group of onlookers comprised differing layers of the survey involvement, the batting on offer was part into two differentiating styles.

Virat Kohli (82 batting) was magnificent ideal from the time he strolled in following K.L. Rahul's expulsion. The rest, be it Australia's lower-request or Kohli's batting partners, were conditional, however, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane (51 batting) had their minutes. 

India is as yet playing make up for lost time in the second Test while trailing Australia's 326. At the second day's nearby, Kohli's men had scored 172 for three in their first innings and need another 154 to draw level with the host. 

Kohli, Rahane put India on top on day 2 

There was a touch of turn around swing amid Ishant Sharma's public interview. 

A recorder brought up an issue in Hindi, explicit to his no-ball issues. The lead concisely grinned, made a sound as if to speak, took a gander at a segment of the amassed journalists, and answered in English: "May be the Australian media should answer the inquiry. Not me. I have been in cricket for such a long time. These things occur. Since you are a human, you will undoubtedly commit an error. I was not stressed." 

Ishant's ploy worked and along these lines the Australian writers, at present fixated on where his foot arrives on the knocking down some pins wrinkle, disposed of their pet undertaking. 

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