|2nd Test, Perth Stadium (day three):|
|Australia: 326 & 132-4: Khawaja 41*, Shami 2-23|
|India 283: Kohli 123, Lyon 5-67|
|Australia Guide by 175 Conducts|
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Australia built a 175-run guide at the conclusion of the third day of the second Test against India at Perth.
India added 111 together with captain Virat Kohli before these were bowled out for 283 progressing from 82 to 123 – a shortage of 43.
Australia got to 5-9 while Aaron Finch retired injury after a blow to the hand before Marcus Harris was bowled.
The hosts lost wickets but Usman Khawaja left 41 not out to help his side of drama by close to 132-4.
The third day had started with Australia spinner Nathan Lyon, that shot 5-67 removing.
Hanuma Vihari (20) and Rishabh Pant (3-6 ) helped Kohli, that left his sixth-century at Australia to equal that the tally of both India legend Sachin Tendulkar – and the very first hundred scored at the brand newest Perth Stadium.
Kohli went when he was adjudged to have been captured by Peter Handscomb off Pat Cummins and not affected by the third umpire, together with television replays prompting doubts whether the ball had been cleanly gathered.
This began a collapse as India lost their last five wickets for 35 runs, so their tail maybe not taking long .
On a Perth pitch, Harris was hit on the helmet by a Jasprit Bumrah bouncer, while Finch retired hurt after getting hit by a Mohammed Shami delivery, however, is expected to bat on Monday.
Bumrah for 20 searched harris since the home side lost Shaun Marsh, Handscomb and Travis Head before the end of the afternoon.