WTC Final: Bad start of Indian team, Kohli and Pujara present at the crease after falling 2 wickets

The second day’s play of the World Test Championship Final (WTC Final) between Australia and India (AUS vs IND) has started. Thanks to the excellent partnership of Travis Head and Steve Smith, Australia showed their dominance and the team was all out by scoring 469 runs on the second day. In response, Team India has had a poor start. The Indian team has scored 37 runs for 2 wickets till tea time.

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Day 2, Session 1

Steve Smith started the second day by scoring his brilliant century in this WTC Final. On the first day he was unbeaten on the score of 95 runs but as soon as he came today he hit two consecutive fours and completed his century. A few overs later, Travis Head crossed the 150-run mark. The Indian team got the wicket of Head as the fourth success. Travis Head played an innings of 163 runs and Mohammad Siraj showed him the way to the pavilion. After that, Cameron Green, who came to bat, returned to the pavilion after scoring only 6 runs.

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Green’s wicket was taken by Mohammed Shami, batting brilliantly at one end. Steve Smith was also dismissed after scoring 121 runs. Smith was bowled by Shardul Thakur after Smith’s dismissal, Akshar Patel ran out Mitchell Starc and thus India got 4 wickets in a row. But then Alex Carey shared an unbeaten 20-run partnership with captain Cummins. Alex Carey is playing for 22 runs while Pat Cummins is unbeaten on 2 runs and till lunch Australia has scored 422 runs losing 7 wickets. The Australian team scored 95 runs in the first session of the second day and lost 4 important wickets.

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Day 2, Second session

Team India’s bowlers made a spectacular comeback in the first session of the day 2 in WTC Final and maintained their performance in the second session as well. Australia’s team is all out after scoring 469 runs. In the second session, Alex Carey started running the scoreboard but was dismissed by Jadeja for 48 runs. From India, Mohammad Siraj prevented Australia from scoring 500 by dismissing the tail batsmen early. Siraj took a total of 4 wickets in his name. After this, Team India openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill got off to bat but first Cummins hit Rohit and then Boland showed Shubman Gill the way to the pavilion in consecutive overs. India has made a score of 37/2 till tea. Virat Kohli is present at the crease after scoring 4 and Cheteshwar Pujara 3 runs.

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