AUS Vs IND, 4th Test, Day 2: Australia wrap up for 369, now India 62/2, game stop due rain started

Today Australia has added another odd 97 runs on the total score of 369 for the first innings and lost 5 wickets. Sunder, Thakur, and Natrajan got 3 each Siraj got 1 wicket in this inning.

India lost early 2 wickets for 62 runs but rain delays game after tea as India continues the chase on Day 2. The session after tea was delayed due to rainfall at the Gabba in Brisbane.

The visitors have bounced back on Day 2 of the ongoing fourth Test match at The Gabba, in Brisbane, with their bowlers taking some crucial wickets, including those of Tim Paine and Cameron Green.

The Aussie captain slammed 50 runs off 104 balls, which included six fours. Cameron Green, who was unbeaten from Day 1, lost his wicket to spinner and Test debutant Washington Sundar, after scoring 47 from 107 deliveries. With Paine and Green departing for the pavilion, the Indian bowlers have found it easy to trump the tailenders, with Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon having already lost their wickets.

India have broken Australia’s momentum with crucial wickets, on Day 2 of the ongoing fourth and final Test match, at The Gabba, in Brisbane. Despite putting in a good start on Day 2 for the hosts, Tim Paine lost his wicket to Shardul Thakur after registering his half-century.

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