India’s balance of equality in Australia


 Sports: The fate of the match was determined much earlier in the day. Australia got a big win in the last day by rolling back the Indian tail. Equality has returned to the series.Australia won the Perth Test by 146 runs. In the last innings, India were bowled out for just 140 runs on the last day of the second day of the game, scoring only 287 runs. At the end of the four-match series, the two sides now have 1-1.India started the last day with 112 runs in 5 wickets Hanuma Bihari and Rishav Pant were not able to advance after breaking the pair. Australia just finished the match in 15 overs
Mitchell Starc has broken the partnership with Bihari. Lion returned to Pantak The last three batsmen could not find runs. Australian bowlers were as Rudra. India lost the last 5 wickets by 21 runsMan of the match Nathan Lynn took 8 wickets in a match of the classical off-spin in a dynamic and bouncy wicket.
Australia 1st Innings: 326
India 1st Innings: 283
Australia 2nd Innings: 243
India 2nd Innings: (target 287) 140 in 140 overs (previous day 112/5) (Bihari 28, Pantha 30, Umesh 2, Ishant 0, Shami 0 *, Bumahra 0; Stark 3/46, Hazelwood 2/24, Cummins 2 / 25, Lion 3/39).
Result: Australia win by 146 runs
Series: 1-1 equality in the 4 match series
Man of the Match: Nathan Lynn


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