India vs Australia Live Score, 1st Test Day 2: Australia two wickets down at lunch – Times of India
Players back on the field, all set for the second session of the day
Australia 57/2 at lunch on Day 2
50 up for Australia as Khawaja flicks an Ishant delivery to mid-wicket for a single
OVERS 21.1: OUT!
Harris (26) gets an inside edge onto his pads against Ashwin and the ball lobs straight to Murali Vijay at silly point. Australia 45/2
OVERS 19.3: FOUR!
Ashwin continues round the wicket, Harris hits through the covers and the ball races to the fence
18 overs done and Bumrah is brought back in the attack
OVERS 17.4: FOUR!
Harris takes a step forward against Ashwin and lofts straight for his second boundary
Double bowling change: Ravichandran Ashwin handed the ball
Mohammed Shami has been introduced in the attack
OVERS 9.6: FOUR!
Bumrah strays down the leg side and Khawaja helps the ball to the fine leg fence
OVERS 7.4: FOUR!
Harris edges through the slips for his first boundary in Test cricket
Aaron Finch is clean bowled by Ishant Sharma in Adelaide. (AP Photo)
OVER 0.3: OUT! CASTLED!
Finch goes for the big drive but is clean bowled by an incoming delivery, Ishant strikes first up, Finch goes for a duck
Aaron Finch and Marcus Harris open the batting for Australia, Ishant Sharma to start the proceedings for India
India bowled out for 250 runs in their first innings
Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah walk off the field after India were dismissed for 250 runs in Adelaide. (AP Photo)
OVERS 87.6: OUT!
Hazlewood takes just one ball to get the last Indian wicket, Mohammed Shami goes for the pull and edges down the leg side for Tim Paine to take the catch
Play starts on Day 2, Josh Hazlewood to complete his over
An Indian rescue mission seemingly tailor-made for
instead fell to
who struck a vital century to save the tourists on day one of the series-opening Test against Australia.
After Kohli was swept away for just three runs in a maelstrom of dismal shot-making, Pujara carved out a sparkling 123 to guide India to 250 for nine at stumps on a scorching hot day at Adelaide Oval.
Battling a hamstring strain in the final session, the 30-year-old Saurashtra player produced a masterclass in game management through his 246-ball knock.
Watchful early against Australia’s vaunted pace attack, he then hammered them around the game with an assault on the second new ball late in the day.
It took a brilliant piece of fielding by Pat Cummins to remove Pujara with the last ball of the day, the paceman finding the energy to swoop in and throw down the stumps despite bowling 19 overs in the stifling conditions.