Brisbane test: India 62-2, trails by 307 runs

Brisbane test: India 62-2, trails by 307 runs

NEW DELHI [Maha Media]: India was 62 for two in reply to Australia's first innings total of 369 at stumps on a rain-curtailed second day of fourth and final Test at The Gabba, Brisbane on Saturday.

India lost young Shubhman Gill (7) before vice captain Rohit Sharma (44) threw his wicket before the tea break.

The entire third session was lost as wet outfield did not allow play to resume. The play will resume at 5:00 am IST on Day 3.

India was 62 for two in reply to Australia's first innings total of 369 at stumps on a rain-curtailed second day of fourth and final Test at The Gabba, Brisbane on Saturday.

India lost young Shubhman Gill (7) before vice captain Rohit Sharma (44) threw his wicket before the tea break.

The entire third session was lost as wet outfield did not allow play to resume. The play will resume at 5:00 am IST on Day 3.

Cheteshwar Pujara (8) and skipper Ajinkya Rahane (2) will resume India's response on Sunday morning. India are still trailing by 307 runs.

The hosts added 95 runs to their overnight total in the extended opening session after resuming at 274 for five.

The 39-run partnership for the ninth wicket between Nathan Lyon (24) and Mitchell Starc (20 not out) hurt India.

Pacer Shardul Thakur (3/94) and debutant off-spinner Washington Sundar (3/89) shared four of the five wickets that fell today.

Marnus Labuschagne had struck a century on the opening day for Australia.

The India vs Australia Test series is part of ICC World Test Championship (WTC), the final of which will be played in June 2021 at the Lord’s cricket ground in London.
 

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