Aussie finished 2nd day of 2nd Test with 48 runs lead at Bangalore

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, March 6th, 2017 | 0

Cricket Australia is currently visiting India due to play a Test series against India which consists of four matches. They have already led the series by winning the first match which was staged in Pune. Now, in the second Test has started just a day before yesterday and India batted first . They came to bat but being all out in 189 runs before ending the first day. So, Aussie played almost 16 overs in the first day and started to bat with all wickets in hand in second day at Bangalore. However, Australia completed the second day successfully and now, the have already led the match by 48 runs by completing the second day. In the second day, team Australia lost total six wickets and scored little more than 190 runs. Now, they are going to start the 3rd day of the match where Wade and Starc are on the crease.

In the second day of the match, total six wickets were fallen and added less than 200 runs. Though, according to the calculation, the rate was too slow and used to a boring day but however, the complete day was so amazing. The debate between two teams as well as Smith and Kohli and sometimes shots were played which made the day so exciting. At the end of the second day, Aussie led the match by 48 runs where they batted in their first innings where India scored almost 189 runs in their first innings.

At the beginning of the second day, the wicket was changed completely and turned to bowling favoured. So, naturally spinners got benefited through it along with pacers. So, it seemed to be an examination to the batsmen. But however, Aussie players have successfully passed the Test as well. Renshaw and Marsh led the team mainly where the opening partnership between Warner and Renshaw added more than fifty runs to the scoreboard.

Later, Renshaw tried to make another partnership with Smith but Captain could not last long. Renshaw is travelling India with national team for very first time but already showed his brilliant skills and he has also the capability to play under pressure. He scored 60 runs and unfortunately got out by stamping when he left the for making shot. However, till now, Shaun Marsh is the highest scorer for Australia who scored 66 runs in 197 balls. So, they finished the second day of the match by scoring 237 runs so far.

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