IND vs AUS Test Live Score: Team India eyeing big lead, India’s score 41/0

India vs Australia 2nd Test Day 2 Live Updates: The second Test match of the 4-match series between India and Australia is being played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Today is the second day of the match. At the end of the first day’s play, India’s score in the first innings was 21 runs without losing a wicket. Rohit Sharma was unbeaten on 13 and KL Rahul on 4. On the second day, India will try to get a big lead against Australia. Australia’s first innings was all out for 263 runs in 78.4 overs. If Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb had not scored half-centuries, then his condition would have been worse. Usman Khawaja got out after scoring 81 runs. Handscomb remained unbeaten on 72. Captain Pat Cummins also contributed significantly in taking the Australian innings past 250. He played an inning of 33 runs in 59 balls with the help of 3 fours and 2 sixes. You can click here to read the highlights related to the first day’s game.

Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2023Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi 18 February 2023

India 43/0 (14.5)


Australia 263 (78.4)

Rohit Sharma24 55
KL Rahul*15 34
Pat Cummins*5.5160
Matthew Kuhnemann7190

Play In Progress ( Day 2 – 2nd Test ) India trail by 220 runs

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India vs Australia 2nd Test Day 2 Live Score Updates: Rohit Sharma’s wicket was saved due to DRS in the last over of the first day.

09:58 (IST)
18 Feb 2023

IND vs AUS LIVE: India scored 41 runs in 14 overs

The game continues on the second day of the second Test match between India and Australia. 14 overs have been played. India’s score is 41 runs without losing wickets. Rohit Sharma has 24 runs in 55 balls. KL Rahul has 13 runs in 29 balls.

Rohit Sharma was given out caught at short leg by the umpire in the last over (of Nathan Lyon) on the first day, but the Indian captain remained unbeaten after resorting to the Decision Review System (DRS). Due to this, Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami along with spinners presented a view of excellent bowling. The pitch has been favorable for spinners, but India’s most successful bowler has been Shami. He took four wickets for 60 runs. He was well supported by off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (3 for 57) and left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja (3 for 68). Barring Usman Khawaja (81 off 125 balls) and Handscomb (72 not out off 142 balls) from Australia, none of his other batsmen could stand up to the Indian bowlers.


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