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Dec 27, 2018
11:18AM

Melbourne Test: India 395/5 against Australia in thier 1st innings

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India were 395 for 5 against Australia in their first innings, on the second day of the third test at Melbourne, when reports last came in. India dominated the first session courtesy the 17th century by Cheteshwar Pujara. He was well supported by the skipper Virat Kohli and the duo managed to keep the Australian attack at bay till lunch. But Kangaroos made a come back and Mitchell Starc dismissed Virat Kohli and Cummin PJ Cummins took third wicket in Pujara after lunch. Pujara made 106 runs and Kohli made 82.   

The four match series is currently levelled at 1-1. India had won the first game at Adelaide by 31 runs. The Aussies bounced back with a 146-run win in the second Test at Perth. 

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