Australia all out for 191 India lead by 53 runs

Australia all out for 191 India lead by 53 runs

Australia all out for 191 India lead by 53 runs

(Reuters) – India excused Australia for 191 late in the last meeting of the second day of the day-night first test on Friday to take 53-run first innings to lead at the Adelaide Oval.

Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin joined with paceman Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah to do them harm for the vacationers, who shook through the Australian batting request in 72 overs.

Chief Tim Paine was the most noteworthy scorer for the Australians with 73 not out for his eighth 50 years in tests.

Australia had begun the day by skittling the last four Indian batsmen at an expense of 11 runs in under thirty minutes to excuse the vacationers for 244.

The four-coordinate arrangement proceeds after Adelaide with tests in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.