A bit of a tame end to what has been a magnificent Test match. South Africa was expected to win and they did win but given the drama that has unfolded in the first two days, one would have expected more wickets to fall. But on the given day, the Proteas came out well on top.
The Indian team has scored 54 runs on the loss of five wickets in its second innings until the third day of the game against Australia ended. In the match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, India has taken a lead of 346 runs against Australia. After India's first innings collapse on 151 runs, India scored 54 runs in their second innings to Stumps. For the team, Mayank Agarwal (28) and Rishabh Pant (6) are unbeaten.
The third match of the four-match series between India and Australia is being played in Melbourne on December 26. Batting first after winning the toss, Team India declared their first innings of 443 for seven wickets in 169.4 overs on the second day. In reply, Australia is 8 runs without losing any wickets. Opener Aaron Finch (3 not out) and Marcus Harris (5 not out) are on the crease.
The third match of the four-match series between India and Australia is being played in Melbourne on December 26. Batting first after winning the toss, Tea on Day 2, India scored 346 runs in 143 overs losing four wickets. Ajinkya Rahane (30 *) and Rohit Sharma (13 *) were caught on the crease.
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