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By : Oneindia Video Team
Published : March 20, 2017, 05:29
Duration : 02:47

India vs Australia 3rd Test match in Ranchi drawn

India vs Australia 3rd Test in Ranchi match drawn. Australia have drawn the Ranchi Test with India. The visitors have shown resilient on the last day of the Ranchi Test.They played with patience and composure. They had a wicketless Post lunch session. Shaun Marsh and Handscomb built a partnership of 124 runs together. Australia finished at 204 for the loss of 6 wickets. Shaun Marsh scored 53 runs before getting catch out to Murali Vijay on Jadeja's delivery. Indian bowlers have tried everything for 62 long overs but it seemed that the luck was not in their favor, even after bowling really well they could not capitalised on wickets. India had dominated the Australians in the first session completely, they gave away just 60 runs and clinched 2 important and big wickets of skipper Steve Smith and opener Matt Renshaw. Captain Virat Kohli, however did not use Ravichandran Ashwin in the pre lunch session. Ravindra Jadeja was a pick of the bowlers yet again. He took.... wickets in the second innings. Australia had scored 451 runs in the first innings. Skipper Smith and Glenn Maxwell hit a well struck hundreds for their team. Jadeja took his 8th 5 wicket haul and a wonderful blind catch whereas Umesh Yadav supported him well with 3 wickets. In reply of their 451, India made 603 runs and declared the innings. Cheteshwar Pujara hit a solid 200 and Saha made a beautiful 100. Cummins and O'Keefe clinched 4 and 3 wickets each respectively.We will now see the teams lock horns in the Dharmsala Test from 25th of March.
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